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DESCENDANTS 



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RICHARD EVERETT 



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DEDHAM. MASS. 



BY 

EDWARD FRANKLIN EVERETT, A.M., 

MEMBER OF THE NEW-ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 



BOSTON : 
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CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Preface 7 

First Generation 9-20 

Second Generation 21-33 

Third Generation 34-39 

Fourth Generation 40-55 

Fifth Generation 56-99 

Sixth Generation 100-182 

Seventh Generation 183-285 

Eighth Generation 280-:'.:;:: 

Ninth Generation 334-337 

Supplement 338-341 

Index of Names 343-389 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



FACING 
PAGE 

Portrait of Edward Everett Title 

Dinner Invitation 87 

Portrait of Melatiah Everett 106 

Portrait of Horace Everett 109 

Bust of Edward Everett 121 

Birthplace of Edward Everett 130 

Portrait of Charles Carroll Everett 215 

Portrait of Edward Everett Hale 222 

Portrait of Edward Franklin Everett 290 



PREFACE. 



A brief genealogy of the descendants of Richard Everett, of Ded- 
ham, Massachusetts, was contributed to the New-England Historical 
and Genealogical Register, July, 1860, by Mr. Edward Franklin 
Everett, A. M., of Cambridge, Massachusetts, then a student in 
Harvard College. This genealogy was the nucleus of the present 
volume, to which Mr. Everett added new material, collected in 
leisure moments of his active business life. It had been his desire 
to visit England and search for the early home of the Everetts, 
the realization of which was prevented by his sudden death. His 
work, however, was left in such a comprehensive form that its pub- 
lication was deemed advisable. 

It was Mr. Everett's intention to include only descendants bear- 
ing the name of Everett. A few families of the female lines have 
been added, several of whose representatives have been of great 
assistance in publication. It is to be regretted that the record of 
some families is incomplete. Discrepancies between dates as given 
and those in certain family papers may, perhaps, be discovered, as 
it has been difficult to decide which of conflicting reports should be 
accepted. 

A sense of deep obligation is here expressed to Rev. Melatiah 
Everett Dwight, of New York City, from whom came the first 
encouragement to publish the work, and to Mr. John Davis Weld, 
of Boston, and to Dr. Oliver Ilurd Everett, of Worcester, Massa 



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Preface. 



chusetts, who have made its publication possible. Appreciation of 
the kindness of Hon. William Everett, of Quincy, Massachusetts, is 
also expressed for the interesting account of his distinguished father 
and family. 

It has been the endeavor to complete Mr. Everett's work as he 
would have wished, and to make it a fitting memorial to the Everetts 
in America. 




DESCENDANTS OF 

RICHARD EVERETT 

OF DEDHAM, MASS. 



Richakd 1 Evekett came to New England as early as 1636, 
although no definite information has yet been obtained as to the 
time of his arrival, or from what part of England he came. From 
the facts that he was for several years in the employ of William 
Pynchon, that Pynchon himself was connected by marriage with 
the Everard family of County Essex, England, and that Richard 
was a very common baptismal name in the same Everard family, it 
is surmised that Richard Everett was born in County Essex. 

In the book " Descendants of John Dwight, of Dedham, Mass.," 
it is stated, in a foot note, " that Richard Everett and wife, Mary, 
came in the same ship with the original John Dwight," but no 
authority is given. The same book says that John Dwight came 
in 1634-5 from Dedham, England. 

Tradition says that Richard Everett first settled in Watertown, 
Mass., but no record has been found showing this to be a fact ; 
neither is there any record of his marriage to his first wife, Mary, 
or of the birth of his first two children, John and Israel. 

In the " Note Book kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq.," the first 
lawyer in Boston, 1638-41, is a copy of a mortgage, given by 
" Richard Evered, of Dedham, in New England, Pharier," on the 
"16th day of March A. D., 1638," to "Thomas Nelson of Boston 



10 Descenda?its of Richard Everett. 

in New England, gent.," for ten pounds, on his " house and lott, 
lying in Cambridge in New England, and six acres of arrable land 
thereto adjoyning and five acres of niedowe thereto belonging, w th 
the appurtenances." This mortgage does not appear on any reg- 
istry of deeds, neither do the " Proprietors Records of the town of 
Cambridge" mention any grant of land to him; yet this shows 
that he owned property there, and would tend to the belief that he 
first settled there. He may have lived near the dividing line 
between Cambridge and Watertown, and in changing that line his 
residence may have been changed from one town to the other. 

In the year 1636 it is known that he was with William Pyn- 
chon, who, with a party of settlers and their families, went through 
the wilderness as far as the Connecticut River, to a place called 
Agawam, now known as Springfield. There, on July 15, 1636, he 
made his mark as one of the white witnesses to the Indian deed, 
transferring the land to William Pynchon, Henry Smith and Jehu 
Burr. This is the first positive date that can be attached to him. 

In the very next month, August 18, we find him back in Water- 
town, attending the first recorded meeting of the proprietors of the 
new town, called by them " Contentment," but which the General 
Court later ordered to be called " Dedhani," as supposed, in honor 
of John Dwight, who came from Dedhani, England. Everett's 
name is entered in the record, " Eu r ard." The proprietors held 
another meeting on the twenty-ninth, but he was not there. On 
the fifth of September following, he was present, and his name 
was attached to a communication to the General Court accepting 
the grant. His name was spelled " Euered," and this continued 
to be the spelling for several years. December 31, 1636, he was 
again present at the Dedham proprietors' meeting. 

In the following spring, March 20, 1637, a town meeting at 
Springfield ordered John Searl and Richard Everett to lay out 24 
acres of mowing marsh for Mr. Pynchon. 

A year later, February 20, 1637-8, he was present at a town 
meeting in Dedham. In the following month, March 21, 1638, 
he was reported to have been present in Springfield at a very ex- 
citing interview between Captain John Mason and William Pyn- 



First Generation. 11 



chon, as graphically described in the History of Springfield, by 
Mason A. Green (pp. 24-28). In this account he is called Mr. 
Pynchon's " trader." 

On August 28, and November 23, the same year, he is recorded 
as being present at town meetings in Declham. January 3, 1638-9, 
at Springfield, a general meeting of the plantation appointed a 
committee of six to lay out bounds on both sides of the river, and 
he was named as one of that committee. This committee appears 
to have given prompt attention to their work, as they made their 
report five days later, on January 8. At the next town meeting 
in Springfield, the thirteenth of the same month, an assessment was 
laid to pay a portion of the cost of building the minister's house, 
and another assessment to pay his salary. Everett was assessed 
XI : 10^. for the former, and XI for the latter. Three days later 
he received his only grant of land in Springfield, a lot one rod 
wide, between John Woodcock's pall, and Goodman Gregory's lot. 
This lot of one rod wide was probably taken of the town with 
the view of adding it to Gregory's lot, which Everett was intend- 
ing to purchase. The committee on certain highways in 1770 
reported : 

" Comparing Thomas Stebbins record with what was written in the 
old Town Booke, bearing date of January 16, 1638, namely, It is or- 
dered that three rod wide of ground which lyes betwixt John Wood- 
cocks pall and Goodman Gregorys that 2 rods shall be appropriated 
to Goodman Gregory, and one rod to Richard Everett. Goodman 
Gregory sold his lot to the town, and May 1st, 1645, the town gave 
said lot to Thomas Stebbins, but we find no mention of that rod that 
was given to Richard Everett, who deserted the Town. We suppose 
it fell into the Townes hands again." 

On March 25, 1639, two months later, he was present at a 
Dedham town meeting. For the next twenty-one months we hear 
no more of him ; undoubtedly he was most of the time at Spring- 
field. December 29, 1640, he was again recorded present at a 
Dedham town meeting. Up to the preceding May, all affairs had 
been managed by the town meetings, but in that month it was 



12 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

voted to put the execution of common affairs into the hands of 
seven men, who were called Selectmen. 

In 1641 he was in Springfield, when a town meeting ordered a 
new road laid out by the side of his lot. There is no mention of 
him again for nearly two years, when he was recorded present at 
the Dedham annual town meeting, January 2, 16-42-3. Mean- 
while, he had been receiving grants of land in Dedham, — his 
dividends as a proprietor; February 6, 1642-3, he received 7 acres, 
2 roods, 1 pole. This was upland ground for ploughing, being a 
dividend of land among all inhabitants, — 68 in number; in this 
division only nine had larger lots, showing that he was a thrifty, 
forehanded man, accumulating a considerable amount of this 
world's goods. 

The next month, March 14, 1642-3, he was again mentioned 
at Springfield, when Henry Gregory proposed to sell his land 
to Richard Everett, but the town took it. Three months later 
appears the last record of him, in Springfield. Under the date of 
June 29, 1643, in the Town Records, is entered the marriage of 
Richard Everett and Mary Winch. She came, aged 15, in the 
"Francis" of Ipswich, April, 1638, with the family of Rowland 
Stebbins. 

From that time forward he made Dedham his permanent home. 
At the annual town meetings, January 1, 1643-4, and 1644-5, 
he was recorded as present. This last meeting was one of the 
most important town meetings ever held in Dedham, as it inaug- 
urated the system of free town schools, by a vote as follows : 
" The s d Inhabitants takeing into Consideration the great necesitie 
of providing some meanes for the Education of the youth of 
o r s a Towne did with vnanimous consent declare by voate their 
willingnes to promote that worke promising to put too their hands 
to prouide maintenance for a Free Schoole in our said Towne. 

" And farther did resolue & consent testefying it by voate to 
rayse the some of Twenty pounds $ annu : towards the maintain- 
ing of a Schoole m r to keep a free Schoole in our s d Towne." 

Forty-two names are recorded as present, among whom were 
Richard Everett, John Dwight and Ralph Wheelock, ancestors of 



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five subsequent college Presidents : Edward Everett of Harvard, 
Alexander H. Everett of Jefferson, Timothy Dwight of Yale, 
Eleazer and John Wheelock of Dartmouth. In 1645 the " Great 
playne " was ordered to be fenced, and each proprietor was made 
to build a certain length in proportion to land owned ; out of 70 
owners, he was the thirteenth in amount required. 

He was admitted into the church in Dedham, March 6, 1646, 
and his wife, Mary, was received the same day ; on the fifteenth 
of the same month, " the children of our brother Everard were 
baptized." The General Court made him a freeman, May 6, 1646, 
and from this time on he served as a town officer, and on town 
committees, frequently being called on to lay out lots and roads. 
The first was January 1, 1646-7, when, with two others, he was 
appointed to lay out to Richard Wheeler and John Farrington, 
two acres of upland " beyond the house Lott of said Richard 
Euered." 

The first tax found against him is for his " countrey rate," in 
1648, when his house was valued at £4:6: 10, being the fifty- 
seventh in point of value, out of 80 ; and his tax was 3s., being 
the seventy-eighth out of 90 persons assessed. He gradually ac- 
quired property, Ms tax increasing year by year, until 1660, when 
it was third in amount assessed, out of 87 names. About this 
time his children began to marry, to each of whom he gave lands, 
and his assessed value began to drop. 

In 1649 he was reported behind in his highway tax, and fined 
2s. In 1650 he was on a committee to take care of repairing the 
bridge over the little river near the house of John Dwight, and 
the bridge over the mill creek. At the town meeting, January 1, 
1650-1, he was elected one of the three surveyors and a constable, 
and at a meeting of the selectmen August 30, they remitted the 
country rate of fourteen inhabitants, on account of sickness, lame- 
ness, etc. ; among them was Richard Euered. 

He was constable again in 1652 and '53. In the former year 
he also served on a committee to lay out the way between Dedham 
and Braintree, and in the latter year, to lay out to Ralph Freeman 
two acres beyond the end of the east street. He petitioned to 



14 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

have his dividend and the remainder of his purchased land at the 
southerly end of the south plain, " as it abuts upon that brook that 
runs into south meadow, or if not all there, then what he may with 
convenience." 

In 1655 he was again elected surveyor. The next year the 
general town meeting ordered the selectmen to divide the com- 
mon rights of feeding and divisions of land, to the present inhab- 
itants, by the rule of persons and estates. Under these instruc- 
tions the selectmen found 79 persons entitled to shares, the richest 
man in town being Ensign Chickering, with a valuation of <£309 : 
16: 0; the next was Rev. Mr. John Allen, ,£261 ; the tenth was 
Richard Evered, £185. 

In 1659, he was on a committee of three, to act with a similar 
committee from Dorchester, to lay out the highway between Ded- 
ham and Dorchester, and he was also on a committee of eight to 
lay out 2000 acres granted by the town to the Indians at Natick. 
He was granted in June, 1660, land "adjoining Neponset plain, 
and northward thereof, or if that is already divided, at a place 
called 20 acre plain." It was finally laid out at the latter place. 

In 1660, there was an upheaval in town affairs, and so much 
dissatisfaction with the town officers, that at the annual town 
meeting, January 1, 1660-1, all were turned out, and a new set 
elected ; among the new selectmen was Richard Everett ; and 
furthermore, the town meeting voted that the selectmen should 
not have as much authority as their predecessors had. This neces- 
sitated numerous town meetings, and at the end of the year a 
compromise was made, with half of these men re-elected and half 
of the old set again chosen to office. In this re-arrangement, 
Richard Everett lost his position as selectman, but was appointed 
fence viewer, and assigned to the " low plain." He not only lost 
his office as selectman, but he fell behind in his highway work 
three days, and was ordered to work it out between his house and 
that of Thomas Metcalf. Still more trouble came to him, as on 
January 21, 1661-2, a committee was appointed to treat with him, 
and examine whether all of his ratable estate was given in for the 
country rate. As there is no record of any answer, it is to be pre- 



First Generation. 15 



sumecl that he satisfied the committee. This year the town clerk 
spelled his name Everit for the first time on the Town Records. 

In 1663, he was on a committee to lay out land for John Far- 
rington, upon Neponset plain. In March the proprietors of Wool- 
omonupake (Wrentham) drew their lots. He drew lot No. 8, 
containing 11^ acres, 24 rods. 

In 1664, he served on more land committees, and was again 
reported behind in his highway tax. There was recorded, this 
year, a list of all the dwellings, with values thereof. The most 
valuable was that of Timothy Dwight, rated at £40; next " Lief t. 
Josh Fisher," £25 ; then there were ten ranging from <£20 to £14, 
followed by nine at £12, one of which was his. That of his oldest 
son, Capt. John, was valued at £6, and his second son, Samuel, was 
credited with two, valued at £6 and £4. This year his country 
rate was again questioned. He appears to have had some horses 
to board for Mr. Bumstead, of Boston, for which he paid no tax ; 
on this account he is assessed 3«. 8d. more. 

In 1665, he stands fifteenth out of 89 on the tax list. At a 
meeting of the selectmen, 26th of 10th mo., the request of James 
Mackrorey that a grant of five acres of upland, the gift of his 
father-in-law, Richard Euered, be laid out to him, somewhere 
near his house, was granted. At a division of land at Meadfield 
he drew lot No. 70, which appears to have been in the present 
town of Norfolk. 

In 1666, the selectmen entered on their records a corrected list 
of legalized voters, 83 in number. Among them were Richard 
Everett, his two sons, John and Samuel, and his son-in-law, Cor- 
nelius Fisher. In 1667, Richard Everett collected from the town 
20s. for killing two wolves. 

In 1669, the town bought from Philip, sagamore, all his rights in 
lands within the town bounds, not yet purchased, for £17: 8: 0, 
and 80 town proprietors were assessed this amount. Everett's 
share was 6s. 9%d. ; two others paid the same, and eight others 
paid more, Ensign Fra. Chickering heading the list with lis. lOd. 
The rate was Sd. per cow common according to the first grants. 
On the school tax list of 1670 appeared not only Richard Everett, 



16 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

but also his two sons, and two sons-in-law ; and. henceforth all five 
names appear on the various tax lists. 

Richard Everett's active work in town affairs ceased at this 
time and the labor fell upon his sons. He paid his taxes as they 
were assessed, and stood about tenth in wealth on a list that aver- 
aged one hundred names. 

In 1673 and '74, a new meeting-house was built, and in assign- 
ing the seats many individuals became dissatisfied. From the 
Town Records it appears that Richard Everett asked to have his 
wife's seat changed, saying that the Widow Morse was willing to 
make a change. This request laid over one town meeting and 
was then granted, and the selectmen, the Elder being present, 
agreed that Sergt. Avery, Sen., and Richard Euerid " shall set in 
the Deacons' seat." The natural inference is that these two men 
had partly lost their sense of hearing. 

January 1, 1678-9, the proprietors divided the money in hand 
from land sold, among themselves, at the rate of Is. per cow com- 
mon, and Richard Everett received 10s. 2d. On March 5 of the 
same year the selectmen granted him " permission to cut timber 
from the Town comon for 200 rayles and posts proportionable," 
and January 30, 1681-2, they again gave him "liberty to take 
timber of the Town commons for boards to repair his house and 
barn, so much as is necessary." 

The last tax assessed him was April 27, 1681, and as he died 
the following year, it is fair to presume he was confined to the 
house, and perhaps to his bed, most of the intervening time, it 
being a custom of the town to exempt the sick and absentees from 
taxation. 

Richard Everett died July 3, 1682. He made Iris will 12 d. 
3 mo. 1680, or May 12, 1680, and it was proved July 25, 1682. 
[Suffolk Wills, 1233.] 

In the yeare Anno one Thousand Six Hundred and Eightie the 
twelvth day of y e theird month Comonly caled May I Richard Evered of 
Dedham in the Countie of Suffolke in the Massachusetts Collony in New 
England : Being Aged and theirby put in mind of my Great change : 
And for as much as I ame att the Date heerof : Sound in my vnder- 



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standing and of A disposing mind : Doe Constitut ordeine and make 
this my last will and testement for the setleing and dispossing of such 
part of the things of this life over which the Lord hath made me 
steward In maner And forme following Vit 

Inp r ^l s I Doe heerby give and bequeath to my Loveing wife Mary 
Evered During the tearme of her naterall Life or widdowhood for y e 
Comfort of her Life the Anuall promts and Income ,of my whol Estat : 
excepting that which is leagaly Conveyed before The Date of this writt- 
ing or heerafter in this will exprest To witt my Dwelling House barne 
orchyards gardens whom Lott pasture meadows with all my out Lands 
and Cow Comons with all other my rights and previlidges to me be- 
longing : with all my Houshold stuff of every Kind : and : all my Cowes 
oxen younge Cattle horses Swine : with Cart plowes as they now are 
with all y e furnitur belonging to them and all those my Husbandry 
tools and a payr of Loomes with what belongs to them : And my will 
is that my executo 1-8 and Supavizors take care of y 6 ordering and 
emproveing of the Estat mentioned So as my Loveing wif be not 
burdened with care and Cumber and if theire shall not be found A 
Sufficency in the estat mentioned for her mayntaynanc then that my 
executo rs and Supavizors will desposs of such part of the Estat as will 
be least Damage to y e estat and that by noe means my wife should suffer 
and if y e case should Require itt that Lands must be sould my will is 
that my Sons have the feirst proffer of them: 

Item I give and bequeath to my Sone Jedediah Evered one bed 
with what belongs to itt : more one Cowe more twenty Acres of Land 
at A plaine called Comonly by y e Name of twentie Acre playne this for 
y e p r sent. 

Item : I give to my Daughter Abigail Puffer all that my tract of 
land lying att Easy playne as itt is Recorded in y e Town book of Ded- 
hara : 

Item I give and bequeath to James Mackerwithy Seaven acres of 
vpland adjoyning to his house of which he is now possest Dureing 
the Tearme of his natorall Life and then my will is that my three grand 
children: James Daniell and Mary Mackerwithy being the Children 
that he sd Mackerwithy had by my daughte r Mary should haue the 
Seaven Acres of land equaly devided betwixt them 

Item I give fourtie shillings to James Mackerwithy my grand- 
child 

Item I give fourty shillings to Daniell Mackerwithy 



18 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Item I give to Mary Mackerwithy fourtie shillings : these three 
Children to Receive these Leagicies After my wifes decease or chang 
of Condition 

Item I give onto my grand child Sarah Fisher five pounds to be payd 
to her After my wives decease : 

Item my will is that all my Esteat that is left After my wivs 
decease and y e Leagicies payd to my fower grandchildren Aboue ex- 
prest : then that theire be An equal devision made therof to my five 
Childern To witt to my Son John Evered on fift p* to Samvell Evered 
one fift p* to Jedediah on fift p* to Abigail my Daughter one fift p* to 
my daughter Ruth one fift p* And my will is ane equall devision of 
my estat to those of these fiue Childern that are then Serviveing at my 
wives desease. 

Ittm I Doe Constitute and Ordeyn my Loveing Wife mary Everd 

my Executorix : And my Loveing Sons John Evered and Samvell 

Evered my Executo" And my trusty and wellbeloved brethren and 

freinds Leift Nath. Sterns and Sergt Tho Meadcalfe my Supavizo rs or 

o r seers to Joyrj with my Executo" and to se that my will be performed 

in all Respects And for y e more full confirmation of this my last will 

I have set too my hand and Affixed my Seale the day and year Aboue 

written 

In p r senc of 

James Thorpe Richard 

hannah thorpe Evered 

James Thorpe and Hannah Thorpe made oath in Court 

25? July 1682 that they was present w? Richard Evered 

ordered his name to bee hereunto Subscribed and y* hee 

did then Seal and publish the same to bee his last will 

and Testam* and being of sound disposeing minde to 

their best understanding. 

attest Is?. Addington Cll e 

AN INVENTORY OF THE ESTATE OF RICHARD EVERED DECED. 

TAKEN BY TJS SUBSCRIBERS 21TH. JULY 1682. 

£ s d 

Imprs. His wearing Linnen: lis. Woolen Clothes, 40s. a 
Hatt 4s 02: 15: 00 

His Bookes and money 00: 13: 09 

In the Bed Roome. 

Three pair of Sheets 10s two pair of Sheets and one single 
Sheet 23s two old pillow Coates 2s. 01: 15: 00 

A Table cloth 3s. Six Napkins 3s. a Rugg 12s. 00: 18: 00 




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A Bed two Bolsters and 2 pillows £3: 10. a bedstead, 10s 04: 00: 00 

One joyned Chest, 12s. a box 2s. warming pan 5s 00: 19: 00 

One trundle bed and bedsteed wth the bedding thereto be- 
longing 20s A Chamber vessell Is. a chaire 3s 01: 04: 00 

In the Fire Roome. 

Six Pewter dishes 20s. two Basons 5s. ten peices of pewter 
12s. an old chest Is. Smoothing Iron & Heaters 3s. 

A Spit 3s. dripping pan and ladle ISd. a kettle Skillet 
and brass Scales 20s. Iron pot and pot hookes 9s 

Two tramels 4/6. a peele and pa. of tongs. 5s. Cobirons 
and a Hearth Iron 14s. 

A chafing dish. ISd. ffrying pan. Is. a table and Forme. 
12s. five chairs. 7s. a gun 7. a musket. 12s A Sword 10s. 
A pair of bullet moulds and bandileers 

In the Cellar. One powdering tubb with some meat in it 6s. 
another Tubb Is. two beer vessells 3s. butter with the pots 5s. 00: 15: 00 

In the Leanto. A cheese press 4s. two cheese Fats 2/6. 
churn 3s. mashing tubb 2s. a cheese tubb 2s. (two Keelars 
3s a bottle & a tray 2/6) a paile Is. a piggen Is. 00: 15: 06 

Four milke vessels 2s. two keelars 3s. a bottle and a tray 
2/6. two wheels and 3 pa. of Cards 9s. 00: 16: 06 

Cotton yarne 4s. Linning yarn Ss Flax 2s 00: 14: 00 

In the Chamber. Six bushels of Indian corne 18s. Rye 2/8. 01: 00: 08 

Cheeses 15s. meal trough 4s. two Sieves Is. a basket Is. 
whitleathr Is. 01: 02: 00 

3 yds. of Sackcloth 5s. trenchers dishes Spoones a bbll. & 
Lumber 5s. 00: 10: 00 

An Axe 2s. hamer and pincers Is. old iron 12s. Iron 
wedges 8s. 01: 05: 00 

Three Hows and a bill Hooke 4/6. a Spade & Scupil 3/6. 
three Sickles ISd 00: 09: 06 

A Tenant Saw 18d. weavers loome, wheele and other imple- 
ments belonging thereto. 01: 11: 06 

A Cart and wheeles £3. a plough 5s. two chaines 15s. two 
pa. Iron traise 15s. yokes 2/6. Cart rope 8s. 05: 05: 06 

Two Acres of English Corne upon the ground £4, and four 
of Indian £6, and Oats 15s. 10: 15: 00 

Two Oxen £6: 10: 0. a Steer £3. four Cowes £10, one 
yeare old and a Calf 30s. 20: 10: 00 

Fruit in the Orchard 10s. garden Stuff e and rootes 10s 01: 00: 00 

Two Horses and a Mare £5. two Swine & a pigg 18s 05: 18: 00 

Dwelling house barn Orchard & all the Land at home being 
about twenty two acres 102: 00: 00 

Four acres at Swamp plain £12. Land at Ponsit plaine 
£12: 10 24: 10: 00 

Land at easy plaine, ten Comons twelve acres to a Comon 15: 00: 00 

Six Acres at Clapboard trees £4, twenty acres at 20 acre 
plain £10. 14: 00: 00 

Meadow eleven or twelve acres at Fowle Meadow 30: 00: 00 

Eight Comons with the present dividend 16: 00: 00 

Six acres of Cedar Swamp 02: 00: 00 

A pitch Forke 12d. two bottle glasses 12d. a Collar for a 
great plough 12d. two Sythes 5/6. 00: OS: 06 

Jedediah Evered had a bed and bedsteed with all that belonged 
to it, and a Cow delivered to him in the year 16S2. — — — 

A Coulter for a plough 00: 10: 00 

An iron rake & Six Iron runners 00: 04: 00 



Daniel Fisher Nathaniel Sternes Thomas Metcalfe £277: 15: 11 



20 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

John Evered and Samll. Evered Execrs. made Oath in Court 25 July 1682 
that this is a just and true Inventory of the Estate of Richard Evered their 
late Father deed, to the best of their knowledge, and that when more appears 
they will adde it. 

Isa. Addington Clre. 
[Suffolk Probate Records, Vol. IX, p. 88.] 

[N. B. The above has been carefully compared with the record and agrees 
therewith. It will be observed that some extensions do not correspond with 
the itemized values, nor with the total.] 

Children, recorded in Dedham : 

2. i. John, 2 bapt. 15 d. 1 mo. 1646. 

ii. Israel, bapt. 15 d. 1 mo. 1646; d. 4 d. 2 mo. 1646. 
iii. Mary, b. 28 d. 7 mo. 1638; bapt. 15 d. 1 mo. 1646; d. 
June 13, 1670; m. 9 mo. 1662, in Dedham, to James 
Mackerwithy. 

3. iv. Samuel, b. 31 d. 1 mo. 1639-40; bapt. 15 d. 1 mo. 1646. 

v. Sarah, b. 14 d. 1 mo. 1641 ; d. Apr. 1, 1641. 
vi. James, b. 14 d. 1 mo. 1643; d. Apr. 21, 1643. 

Children of second wife : 

vii. Sarah, b. 12 d. 4 mo. 1644; bapt. 15 d. 1 mo. 1646; d. 
Dec. 28, 1677 ; m. as second wife, July 25, 1665, Corne- 
lius Fisher, son of Anthony Fisher, of Dorchester. He 
was probably born in England; m. 1st, Feb. 23, 1653, 
Leah Heaton, of Dorchester, who d. July 12, 1663. He 
lived in Wrentham and his will was dated Feb. 3, 1697. 

viii. Abigail, b. Nov. 19, bapt. 10th mo. 1647; d. Dec. 27, 
1685 ; m. as second wife, Apr. 11, 1677, Matthias Puffer, 
probably son of George Poffer, of Boston. He m. 1st, 
Mar. 18, 1662, Rachel Farnsworth, of Braintree, who, 
with her eldest son, Joseph, was killed by the Indians in 
1675, in the attack on Mendon. He m. 3d, May 14, 
1697, Mary Crehore, of Milton. He d. May 9, 1717, in 
Dorchester. 

4. ix. Israel, b. 14 d. 5 mo. 1651. 

x. Ruth, b. 14 d. 11 mo. 1653-4; bapt. 19th 12 mo. 1653; 
living, 1727; m. Mar. 23, 1681, in Dorchester, Richard 
Puffer, son of James and Mary (Swalden) Puffer, of 
Braintree. He was b. Mar. 14, 1657, in Braintree, and 
d. before Feb. 21, 1724, in Wrentham. 

5. xi. Jedediah, b. 11 d. 5 mo.; bapt. 3 d. 6 mo. 1656. 



SECOND GENERATION. 



Capt. John 2 Everett (Richard 1 ), baptized 15 d. 1 mo. 1646, 
in Dedhain, Mass. ; died June 17, 1715, in Dedham ; married in 
Dedliam, May 13, 1662, Elizabeth Pepper, daughter of Robert and 
Elizabeth (Johnson) Pepper, of Roxbury. She was born May 25, 
1645, and died Apr. 1, 1714, at Dedham. 

The name of John Everett first appears in the town records of 
Dedham in 1662, when in the tax list of that year he is assessed 
" 0.. 4.. 8." In 1668 and 1674 he received small grants of land. 
He was chosen fence viewer eleven times between 1671 and 1700 ; 
constable in 1678, 1684 and 1698-9. In 1676 his house was 
valued at <£5, his name being the thirty-ninth in a list of seventy- 
seven. He is named on a committee to run the line between 
Dedham and Dorchester in 1682, 1685-6, 1691, 1694 and 1697 ; 
and in 1684-5 on a committee to buy of Josias, sachem, a right of 
land south of Neponset River. In 1685 he and Ins brother Samuel 
paid 7s. 8d. for clearing the Indian title to their father's land. He 
was one of a committee to lay out highways in 1685-6 ; surveyor 
of highways in 1704 and 1705 ; tithing-man in 1700. 

He is first styled captain in 1693, in the town records of 
Dedham. 

During King William's War he was called into active service to 
command a company of men stationed in New Hampshire and 
Maine, to protect the inhabitants from the Indians. 

After the massacre at Oyster River (Dover), N. H., in July, 
1694, the Council of New Hampshire applied to Massachusetts 
for men to assist in protecting the frontier from further attack by 
the Indians. Massachusetts consented to send the men, provided 
New Hampshire would pay for their subsistence and ammunition, 



22 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



and one-third of their wages. This New Hampshire agreed to do, 
and to the letter of agreement the following reply was sent by 
Governor Phips of Massachusetts : 

Boston, Nov. 12th, 1594 

Sir — Yours of the 8 th currant I received, and in answer acquaint 
you, that there is care taken for the raising of sixty soldiers. Those 
that are detached out of Col. Gedney's and Col. Appleton's regiment, 
are ordered to Rendesvous at Newbury on Thursday next, and will be 
directed to march thence for your Province with speed ; others raised 
in Boston, and the regiments near Boston will be ready on Thursday 
also, to take the first opportunity to come by water ; and the remainder 
are to come from Plimouth, but cannot be expected here until next 
week, and then they shall be sent away by water to join with the rest 
for their Maj'ties' service, with all dispatch that can be. 

Your humble servant 

William Phips. 
[N. H. Provincial Papers, Vol. II, p. 141.] 

That Capt. John Everett had command of the company thus 
raised is evident from the papers which follow. Just where he 
was first stationed does not appear, but Jan. 9, 1694-5 he was a 
witness to the will of Francis Hook, of Kittery, Me. [Maine 
Wills, p. 108.] 

In May, 1695, the following petition was sent to Lieut.-Gov. 
Usher, then acting governor of New Hampshire, by Capt. John 
Everett : 

To the Honn bl John Vsher Esq r his majisties Leif* Goven r and 
Coman dr in Cheife and over the province of Newhampshire and to his 
Honn bl Council now Sitting at New Castle 

The Humble petition of John Eueret humbly showeth — That your 
petitioner hauing Received a Comisson from S r W m Phips bearing date 
19 th Nouem br 1694 for being Cap* of a detached Company for their 
majis ts Seruice for the prouince Newhampsheir 

it being now aboue Six months Since y e Sd Comigi : and the Commis- 
sioners for the warr in the prouince Mathechusets Bay Siginfying that 
the gouerm* of Prouince of Newhampsheir was to Suply with ameniction 
and prouition and one third part of wages due for Sendees and I having 



Second Generation. 23 



bin forced to take up goods for Suply of the Soldiers for which I am 
become engaged, desire therefore Your Honn r would Speedly order the 
payment of the hundred forty foure pounds three shill : being one third 
for pay due to the Soldiers as Pasco: lade before you and you will 
oblige your petitioner for euer to pray as in duty bound 

John Etteret 
[Mass. Archives, Vol. Ill, p. 492.] 

In answer to this petition the Council Records of New Hamp- 
shire show the following : 

At a Council held at New Castle May 21, 1695. 

Whereas Capt, Jno. Everitt preferred a Petition to this Board, that 
they would order him £144 : 3 : 0, for one third part of pay of the 
soldiers under his command for the 6 mo past; 

The Board answers, it is not Capt. Everitts business to make any 
such demand, it concerning no one to demand any such thing, except 
the Government that gave him his Commission. [N. H. Provincial 
Papers, Vol. II, p. 157. Mass. Archives, Vol. Ill, p. 492.] 

Sixteen days later Lieut.-Gov. Stoughton sent the following 
letter to the President and Council of New Hampshire : 

Hon ble Gen n . 
You may please to remember that upon a motion and desire from 
yourselves for some assistance, there was a detachment of betwixt fifty 
and sixty men under the command of Capt. John Everet, posted in your 
Province, your General Assembly having engaged for to subsist and pay 
them one third part of their wages. The time proposed for their stay 
there is sometime since elapsed ; I have received nothing from your 
Government of any desire for their continuance, altho' I wrote unto Lt. 
Govern 1 " Usher concerning the same ; nor do I understand that they 
have received yo r proportion towards their wages already grown due, 
or any provision made for the future ; and there being occasion for a 
company of soldiers to wait upon our Commissioners, intended to lie 
sent to Pemaquid on the negotiation there relating to the Indians, I 
have seen cause upon advisement to send orders to Capt. Everet to 
attend that service with his company ; of which I thought fit to accpiaint 
yourselves, that you may provide for the inforcement and security of 



24 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

your out Posts upon their remove ; and expect that for the time past 

you do advance your proportion towards their Wages before their 

drawing off. 

Your Friend and Servant, 

Wm. Stoughton. 
Boston, June 6 th , 1695. 

President & Council of New Hampshire. 
[N. H. Provincial Papers, Vol. II, p. 158.] 

At the same time Lieut.-Gov. Stoughton sent a letter to Capt. 

Everett : 

Boston June 6° 1695 
Cap ne John Everett 

I have written unto y e President & Council of New-Hampshire to 
pay and Satisfy yo r Selfe and Company the proportion of yo r wages 
due from the Province by order of their General Assembly, being one 
third part; And having Occasion for a Company of Souldiers to wait 
upon the Comission rs : intended for Pemaquid during their negotiation 
with the Indians there ; I Order that you and yo r Company attend that 
Service; whereto you must be in readiness to Embarque upo n the 
arrival of the Vessell that shall be sent to take you in by which also 
shall comeSupplys of clothing &c. faile not to be ready for that Ser- 
vice for his maj^ being necessary to be forthw th prosecuted 

yo r Lo : Friend. W. S. 
[Mass. Archives, Vol. LI, p. 33.] 

At a meeting of the Council June 12 an answer to Lieut. Gov. 
Stoughton was drawn up, in which excuse was offered for the non- 
payment of the soldiers, and a request made for their return. 

Capt. Everitt has now drawn off his men from our frontiers to 
Portsmouth & New Castle, and waits only the arrival of the Vessel to 
attend your Honor's commands for Pemaquid ; and if upon the 
despatch of that affair you will please to order his return to us, we are 
well assured our Assembly at the Sessions in September next will take 
effectual care for payment of our proportion of wages both for time past 
and future. [N. H. Provincial Papers, Vol. II, p. 159.] 

June 17, Capt. Everett addressed a reply to Lieut. Gov. 
Stoughton : 



/Second Generation. 25 



May it please 
Y r Hon r 
Y rs I Received aud forthwith attended yo r Order of being in a 
readyness to wait upon y e Comissioners motion for Pemaquid during 
their Negotiation with y° Indians their. I haue onee and again made 
application to y e President and Council of this Province for paym* of 
their third of Wages according to agreern* who inform nice that they 
haue lately writt y r Hon r and Councill concerning it. for y e accommo- 
dation of my Souldiers I haue almost Expended the whole sum, would 
therefore humbly Supplicate y r that y e Gen tui here may make Speedy 
pay mt according to pportion = 

Yo r Hon rs 
Newcastle Most humble Serv e 

June 17!^ 1695 John Everett. 

[Mass. Archives, Vol. LI, p. 33.] 

In the spring of 1695, the officers of Fort William Henry had 
met some of the Indians on an island near Pemaquid, and the 
Indians had agreed to a truce of thirty days, until commissioners 
from Boston might arrive to negotiate with them. The commis- 
sioners appointed were Col. Phillips, Lieut. Col. Hawthorne and 
Major Converse, and the conference was held June 19. It was 
upon these commissioners that Capt. Everett and his company had 
orders to attend. A few days later follows a letter from Lieut. 
Gov. Stoughton to Capt. Everett : 

Cap ne Everett 
The Governm* of N. Hampshire have written unto me desiring that 
yo r Selfe and your Comp a might be ordered to yo r Post with them upon 
yo r return back from Pemaquid and have assured the payment of their 
proportion of wages both for time past & future. Upon which I have 
consented to yo r return thither and do accordingly so order you to land 
yo r men at Piscataqua; and dispose them to their late Posts; that they 
may then attend his Maj^ 8 Service. And to that End, Acquaint the 
Comissioners, and master of ye Sloop with this Order; that so they may 
direct, that y e Sloop touch at Piscataqua to put yo r Selfe and Company 

on shore there. 

yo r Lo. Friend 
Boston June. 27° 1695 W. S. 

[Mass. Archives, Vol. LI, p. 33.] 



26 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

On Aug. 8, the Council of New Hampshire, in answer to Lieut. 
Gov. S tough ton, wrote that " in about a months time our assembly 
is to sitt, and then we are well assured effectual care will be taken 
therein, both for time past and for Future. In the meantime some 
particular Gentlemen of our Province are the sufferers, who have 
already advanced the money to Capt. Everitt, although at present 
he stands obliged, which we shall endeavor speedily to free hint 
from." [N. H. Provincial Papers, Vol. II, p. 162.] 

Sept. 9, a petition from Mr. Thomas Holland, agent for Mr. 
John Taylor, of London, merchant, was presented to the Council 
of New Hampshire, asking that Capt. Everett and his company be 
sent as a guard to some persons employed in hauling masts out of 
Exeter woods. Capt. Everett was the same day ordered to go to 
Exeter and " when that service is over to return to your several 
posts." [N. H. Provincial Papers, Vol. II, p. 163.] 

Sept. 12, Lieut. Gov. Stoughton sent to the Council another 
letter, " to refresh the rememberance of your Engagement respect- 
ing the Support of Capt. Everet and his Company 

The accompt of their Wages from the time of their detachment, 
until they were drawn off by order, amounts in the whole unto 
Five hundred and eight pounds, eight shillings and four pence. 

One hundred sixty-nine pounds, nine shillings and five 

pence being one third of the whole is your due to pay according 
to agreement, which I hope you will make effectual provision to 
see speedily discharged as also like provision for what is become 
due since their Return again, and that shall arise during their 
Continuance within your Province." [N. H. Provincial Papers, 
Vol. II, p. 163.] 

A month later, Oct. 9, the Council answered to the effect that 
" the Assembly did their part for the support of Capt. Everitt and 
Company, and Rates are now collecting to answer the same forth- 
with for the time past, and for the future shall use our utmost 
endeavor to prevent any Complaint against us for not doing our 
part according to the Forms formerly agreed, soe pray your Honor 
by no means to Draw off Capt Everitt & Compa' y , their continu- 
ance here being so necessary for His Majestys Service, and the 



Second Generation. 27 

defence of his subjects, the poor inhabitants of this Province." 
[N. H. Provincial Papers, Vol. II, p. 165.] 

In reply, Lieut. Gov. Stoughton, on Oct. 12, informed the 
Council " that with the advice of the Council here, I have ordered 
Capt. Everitt, with his men, into the Province of Maine, there to 
reinaine to supply the absence of Capt. Chub, who with a part of 
the Company under his command is forthwith to goe to Pemaqnid 
for his Maj'tys Service in that Garrison. This I have done upon 
such considerations as were and still are, of great weight with me, 
so that I cannot Countermand anything at present." [N. H. 
Provincial Papers, Vol. II, p. 165.] 

Capt. Chubb had been stationed at York, Me., as early as the 
previous May, " to range the woods as far as Casco Bay," and at 
Wells in September following. In October he was ordered to 
command Fort William Henry at Pemaquid, which he so igno- 
miniously surrendered to D' Iberville and Castine, with their Indian 
allies, in August, 1696. 

Jan. 7, 1695-6, a complaint was entered at the Court held at 
Wells, Me., by Capt. John Everett and Sergt. Daniel Black, against 
John Woodman of Kittery, for not "giuing due attendance at 
y 6 fferry from Kittery to Portsm? " 

Nov. 18, 1696, a petition was presented to the Massachusetts 
General Court by Samuel Wheelwright and others, of Wells, Me., 
for an abatement of taxes, and a request made that Capt. Everett 
and his soldiers, then stationed there, might help them rebuild 
their fort. This petition was granted Dec. 5, 1696. [Mass. 
Archives, Vol. Ill, p. 384.] 

The Treasurer's account of Massachusetts for 1697, shows the 
following item : — 

Paid Cap* Jn? Everet ifc Comp a . u being 153 men by turnes y* served 
his Maj n i e und* his Command posted at York & Wells p* Anno 1695 
p* 1696 £658 .. 9 .. 9. [Mass. Archives, Vol. CXXII, p. 76.] 

This is the last item found concerning Capt. Everett on the 
Massachusetts records, and as his name appears on the Dedham 
town records under the date Apr. 2, 1697, and peace was declared 



28 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



during that year, his service for the Province probably closed with 
the rebuilding of the fort at Wells. His will was dated Aug. 16, 
1710 ; proved July 7, 1715. [Suffolk Wills, 3668.] 

In the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven hundred and Ten the 
Sixteenth day of August I John Euerit sen r of Dedham in y c County 
of Suffolk in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England 
husbandman having by the Good providence of God been Continued to 
old age ; And am by the in feirmitys of the same dayly put in minde 
of my Great change, and of makeing preparation for it, And being att 
the day of the date hereof by the goodness of God in understanding 
and memmory whole and Sound and of disposeing minde for the Settle- 
ment of that worldly Estate with which God hath Intrusted me I do 
therefore make this my last will and Testament as followeth : 

First, I commend my Soul in to the hands of the Lord Jesus christ 
my only hope and Redeemer ; and my Body to the dust from whence 
it was taken to be Deasently buryed at y® decrection of my Executors 
herein hereafter named. And my mind and will is that all the Deeds 
of Gift and Conveuenses of Lands by me Given to my sons before the 
day of the date hereof shall remaine feirm & Good and I do by these 
presents Confirm the same. 

And my will is that my well beloved wife after my Decease shall 
have all the benefit and Income of my whole Estate During her Natural 
Life for her use & Comfort allowing to an Agreement made by me with 
my son Richard Euerit ; relating to said Estate ; And my will is that 
my Estate be not divided untill after her Decease. 

Item I give to my soninlaw John Newcomb Twenty shillings. 

Item I give to my son in Law Simon Crosbee ten Shillings. 

Item I give to Peter Thorp my son in Law five Shillings. 

Item I give to my two gransons Isaac Newcomb and Ebenezer 
Newcomb Each of them twenty Shillings. 

Item I Give vnto my Grandaughter Elisebeth Feesie Thirty Pounds. 

Item I Give to my Grandaughter Abigal Lyon twenty Shillings. 

Item I Give to my Grandaughter Hannah Crosbee Ten Pounds. 

Item I Give unto my Grandaughter Rachel Thorp Two Pounds. 

But if any of these Legatees aboue named die before he or she come 
of age or before the Decease of my self or my said wife then his or 
her portion or Legasie shall sease and be accounted a part of my 
Estate herein after disposed of. And my will is that the above said 



Second Generation. 29 



Legasies be paid out of Moueable Estate as farr as that will Reach and 
if the moueables do not amount to so much as to pay said Legsies what 
shall remain to be paid after the moveables are all paid out shall be 
paid in Currant pay not Money not Exceeding ten pounds a year untill 
all be paid ; further my will is that after the payment of the above said 
Legasies the Remainder of my Estate shall be Equally Divided to and 
among my four sons John Everit William Everit Israel Everit and 
Richard Everit only my Eldest son John Everit shall have a Doubble 
Share the other three sons Equal single Shares respect being had to 
what they haue already had Israel not to haue Land because his Dwell- 
ing is Distant from my Lands but he shall have what he hath already 
received made up an Equal Single Share with the rest. 

And I do ordain & Constetute my Loving Sons John Euerit and 
Richard Euerit Sole Executors to whom I Giue and Commit all power 
and trust nessecary for the full performance of this ray Last will and 
Testament. 

In Witness whereof I the said John Euerit have put my hand and 
Seal the day & year above said hereunto. 

Signed Sealed & Further my will is to take off all manner 

declared In presents of of Conditions & Entailments in y e Deeds of 

Samuel Stearnes Gifts to my sons herein above mentioned and 

Samuel Fuller I do hereby Grant all y e Lands in said Deeds 

John Fuller Conveyed to my sons respectiuely their heirs 

& Assignes absolutely without any manner of 
condition or reserue whatsoever And as for 
the Legesie of Thirty Poundes aboue Giuen 
to Elisabeth Feeasie it is and shall be ac- 
counted the same Thirty Pounds which I 
have heretofore obliged my self to Giue unto 
her present husband John Feeasie by writ- 
ting vnder my hand and seal 

John Euerit 
Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Elizabeth, 3 b. Nov. 6, 1665; m. John Newcomb. 
ii. Hannah, b. Sept. 14, 1670 ; m. Simon Crosbv. 
iii. Bethia, b. Oct. 3, 1678 ; d. Oct. 19, 1694; m.* Peter Thorpe. 

6. iv. John, b. June 9, 1676. 

7. v. William, b. Jan. 20, 1679. 

8. vi. Israel, b. Apr. 8, 1681. 

9. vii. Richard, b. Aug. 4, 1683. 




30 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

3 

Samuel 2 Everett (Richard 1 ^), born 31, 1 mo. 1639-40, at 
Dedham, Mass. ; died there Jan. 26, 1717-8 ; married Oct. 28, 
1669, Mary Pepper, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth (Johnson) 
Pepper of Roxbury. She was born Apr. 27, 1651. His name 
appears on the tax lists of Dedham after 1664. He was fence 
viewer in 1674, 1686 and 1687. In 1714, he conveyed to his son 
Benjamin one half of his estate, they to occupy the homestead 
together. His will was dated Mar. 12, 1716 ; proved Mar. 6, 
1717. [Suffolk Wills, 3972.] 

I Samuell Everet of Dedham in the County of Suffolk within the 
province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England Husbandman 
being Infirme of Body, but of sound Minde and Memory Praised be 
God for it Knowing y° Uncertainty of this P'sent life and being 
desireous to settle that outward Estate the lord hath lent me Doe 
therefore Make and ordaine this my will and Testament in Maner and 
forme following. That is to say, 

First and principally I Commend my soul into the hands of Almighty 
God my Creatore Hopeing for salvation through the merrets of Jesus 
Christ and my Body to the Earth to be Descently interrd, according to 
y e Discretion of my Executor here after Named. And as touching 
such worldly Estate y e Lord hath lent me my will and meaning is that 
the same be Imployed and bestowed as hereafter in and by this my 
will is expresd Hereby revoakeing renounceing and makeing voyd 
and Null all wills and Testementes here to fore by me made. Declare- 
ing and appointing this to be my last will and Testement. 

Imp's I will and ordaine that my Just Debttes and funerall Charges 
be well & truely payd or ordained to be payd in Conveniant time next 
after my deceass by my Execut 1 " hereafter named. 

Item I Give and bequeath the Use benefitt Income and Improve- 
ment of all my Estate borth Reall and parsonall, whoever and wheare- 
soever (as also full Liberty power authorety to make sale of to ailinete 
convey assure & Confirme for ever any parte or parts of y e same dif- 
fre}dng any Nessesery Charges or her Comfortable subsistence) to my 
beloved wife Mary Everet, Dureing y e time of her Naturell life in 
y e world, whom also I make & ordaine & appoint y e only & soale 
Executor of this my last will and Testement soe long as she shall 



Second Generation. 31 



continue in y e world, only In case she shall make sale of any part of my 
Estate she shall advise with & take councell of my Cosen Richard 
Everet & John Metcalfe about y* 5 same, whom I desire to advise to that 
which they think most conveniant 

And further my will is, y* affter my s d wives Decass her Body be 
desently Buryed att the Descretion of my Executors here affter named 
& her funerall Expences & just Debtes be duely payed y t ye Remainder 
of my Estate If any be be Dissposed of & Divided as followes. 

Viz one third part to my son Isac Everet, one third part to my 
Daughter Judeth Hearslop, & one third part to my daughter Mary 
Beiiet to be thus Equely devided by my Exect IS & In Case any of my 
sd Children shall die before such devision be made, there part of sd 
Devision shall be bestowed on theire surviveing children by an equal 
distribution. 

And I doe nomenate appoint & ordaine my Cosen Richard & my 
Neighbor John Metcalfe, to be joynt Executors of this my last will & 
testement to whom I Give full power & authorety to Execute y 6 same 
after my sd wifes decass as above sd 

Unto all which I set my hand & seall this twelfth day of March one 
thousand seven hundred & sixteen & in y e second yeare of his Majties 
Raigne 

signed & sealed in presence of Sam 11 Everet 

Jonathan Metcalfe his g Marke 

Nathanael Metcalf 
Nathanael Johnson 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Judah, 3 b. Feb. 12, 1670. 
ii. Judeth, b. Mar. 12, 1672; d. Feb. 22, 1717-8; m. Mar. 

17, 1702-3, Thomas Heslop. He d. May 27, 1721. 
hi. Samuel, b. Oct. 7, 1681. 

10. iv. Isaac, b. May 25, 1685. 

v. Mary, b. May 24, 1687; m. Apr. 24, 1711, John Bennett, 
of Braintree, Mass. ; res. Attleboro', 1724. 

11. vi. Benjamin, b. Mar. 20, 1692-3. 

4 
Israel 2 Everett (Michanl 1 ), born July 14, 1651, at Dedham, 
Mass.; died Dec. 23,1678, at Dedham; married Abigail Morse, 
daughter of John and Annis (Chickering) Morse, of Dedham. 




SEAL 



32 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

She was born Mar. 2, 1646 ; married second, Oct. 18, 1687, 
William Jones, of Watertown, Mass., son of Deputy Governor 
William and Hannah (Eaton) Jones, of New Haven, Conn. They 
removed to Guilford, Conn., where she died Sept. 23, 1737. 

Israel Everett's name appears on the tax list in the town records 
of Dedham several times between 1674 and 1678, and also as con- 
tributing to the minister's salary. In 1675 and 1678, he received 
money for killing wolves. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Tabitha, 8 b. June 11, 1676; d. Sept. 27, 1755; m. 1st, Jan. 
5, 1703, at Guilford, Benjamin Dudley, son of Joseph 
and Ann (Robinson) Dudley, b. June 11, 1671, at 
Guilford; d. Feb. 23, 1720. She m. 2d, Feb. 21, 1723, 
Jasper Saxton, who d. Apr. 14, 1738. 
12. ii. Josiah, b. Aug. 3, 1678. 



5 

Jedediah 2 Eveuett {Richard 1 ), born July 11, 1656, at Ded- 
ham, Mass. ; died before May 18, 1699 ; married Rachel, probably 
daughter of John and Ann (Hackle} r ) Rice, who was born Sept. 2, 
1664, at Dedham. She married second, Joseph Dolliver, and lived 
at East Greenwich, R. I., where he died in 1731, and she about 
1733. 

Jedediah Everett's name appears frequently on the tax lists of 
Dedham between 1679 and 1692. In 1682, he received £2 for 
killing four wolves. May 18, 1699, the guardianship of Tabitha, 
aged about 18, Ebenezer about 17, Timothy about 14, children of 
Jedediah Everett, late of Dedham, deceased, was granted to their 
uncle John Everett. That the widow Rachel afterward married 
Joseph Dolliver and removed to R. I., is shown in deeds dated 
Oct. 20, 1717, when Joseph and Rachel Sweet, of East Greenwich, 
R. I., with the consent of father and mother Joseph and Rachel 
Dolliver, sell to John Everett and to William Bullard, of Dedham, 
Mass., land in Dedham, " being a tract formerly given by our 
grandfather Richard Everett to our father Jedediah Everett, 
deceased." 



Second Generation. 33 



Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Tabitha, 3 b. Apr. 15, 1681. 

ii. Ebenezer, b. June 7, 1GS2. 
iii. Timothy, b. Aug. 12, 1685. 
iv. Abigail, b. Aug. 31, 1690. 

v. Rachel, b. Mar. 11, 1692; m. Joseph Sweet; res. E. 
Greenwich, R. I., 1717. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

6 

Dea. John 3 Everett {John, 2 Bichard 1 ), born June 9, 1676, 
at Dedham, Mass.; died Mar. 20, 1750-1, at Dedham; married 
1st, Jan. 3, 1699-1700, Mary Browne. She died Nov. 27, 1748, 
aged about 70. He married 2d, Aug. 31, 1749, Mrs. Mary Bennett, 
of Wrentham. He was selectman 1724-1732. His name appears 
on the valuation and assessment list in 1727, 1732 and 1742; also 
in 1729, on a petition to the General Court, for a new parish in the 
south part of the town. This, the Second Parish of Dedham, was 
established in 1730, and John Everett was moderator of the first 
meeting. He was also appointed an assessor. He was dismissed 
from the First Church of Dedham to the Second Church, June 20, 
1736, of which he was the first deacon. His will, dated Jan. 1, 
1749-50, proved Apr. 2, 1751, names wife Mary, sons Joseph, 
Ebenezer and Eleazer ; grandson (son of Edward) ; daughters 
Mary Everett, Mercy Newcomb, Hannah Draper, Abigail Fales 
and Mary Newcomb. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. John, 4 b. May 1, 1701. 

13. ii. Joseph, b. July 31, 1703. 

14. iii. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 5, 1707. 

iv. Eleazer, b. July 29, 1710; d. Sept. 3, 1710. 

v. Mercy, b. July 29, 1710; d. before 1771 ; m. May 3, 1737, 
Jonathan Newcomb, of Norton, son of Jonathan and 
Deborah Newcomb, b. May 13, 1711, at Braintree; d. 
Nov. 19, 1802. They lived at Norton, now Mansfield. 

15. vi. Eleazer, b. Aug. 10, 1712. 

16. vii. Edward, b. Oct. 18, 1714. 

viii. Hannah, b. Jan. 5, 1716-7 ; m. Draper. 

ix. Abigail, b. Nov. 3, 1718; d. about Dec. 3, 1775; m. Dec. 
16, 1740, Capt. Eliphalet Fales, of Dedham, who d. 
June 11, 1781, aged 64. 
x. Mary, b. Mar. 8, 1720-21; d. Apr. 15, 1808; m. Nov. 24, 
1743, Benjamin Newcomb, of Norton, son of Jonathan 
and Deborah Newcomb, b. Apr. 9, 1719, at Braintree. 
lie died in 1801. 



Third Generation. 35 



William 3 Everett (John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Jan. 20, 1(178-9, 
at Dedham, Mass.; died Feb. 23, 17G5, at Dedham ; married 1st, 
Feb. 24, 1703, Rachel Newcomb, daughter of Peter and Susanna 
(Cutting) Newcomb, of Braintree. She was baptized Aug. 15, 
1680 ; died Dec. 8, 1747. He married 2d, Mar. 8, 1748-9, Mrs. 
Joanna Kingsbury, of Walpole, Mass. She died Jan. 31, 17»i0, 
aged about 70. He married 3d, July 10, 17G0, Mrs. Hannah 
Boyden, of Walpole, who died Feb. 23, 1773. 

He was an original member of the Second Church of Dedham, 
June 23, 1720, and his wife Rachel became a member in 1736. 
He probably lived near the line between Dedham and Walpole, as 
in 1738 and 1764, he sold land partly in Dedham and partly in 
Walpole, and is called of Walpole in deeds before and after his 
death, although in his will he is called of Dedham. His will, 
dated Jan. 21, 1756, proved Mar. 8, 1765, names wife Joanna ; 
heirs of son William, namely, William, Elizabeth and Desire ; 
heirs of son Peter, namely, Peter and Abigail ; daughters Elizabeth 
Fuller, Rachel Savil, Susanna Ockington and Sarah Fisher ; son- 
in-law Benjamin Fisher ; grandson Josiah; and " to the church of 
the second parish of Dedham, of which I am a member, two ounces 
of silver.' ' 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

17. i. William, 4 b. Dec. 23, 1705. 

ii. Elizabeth,!). Sept. 3, 1709; d. Feb. 1, 1800; m. Mar. 18, 
1730, Capt. David Fuller, son of Thomas and Esther 
(Fisher) Fuller, of Dedham, 1). Mar. 26, 1704: d. June 
23, 1777. 

hi. Rachel, b. ; d. May 0, 1770, aged about 58 ; m. 

May 5, 1737, William Savel, who d. Apr. 24, 177:!. 
aged 02. 

iv. Susanna, 1). June 6, 1714; m. 1st, Nov. 17, 17:'.T. Thomas 
Ockington, of Needham; m. 2d, Barachiah Lewis; living 
in Roxbury 17<>7. 

v. Sarah, b. June 7, 1 7 1 s ; d. Aug. 2, 1795; m. Aug. 11. 
174:2, Benjamin Fisher, son of Eleazer and Mary 
(Avery) Fisher, b. .May, 1721; d. .Ian. 18, 1777. 

18. vi. Peter, b. Apr. 22, 1721. ' 



36 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



8 

Israel 3 Everett {John, 2 Richard 1 }, born April 8, 1681, at 
Dedham, Mass.; died Feb. 6, 1751, at Windham, Conn.; married 
Nov. 9, 1710, at Lebanon, Conn., Sarah Culver, daughter of 
Edward and Sarah (Backus) Culver, of Lebanon. She was born 
at Norwich, Conn., 1694. 

In 1715, he was of Lebanon and sold land in Coventry. In 
1721, as of Windham, he bought 500 acres north of Mansfield, 
and in 1722, as of Lebanon, he bought 150 acres, partly in Wind- 
ham and partly in Lebanon, in what is now South Windham. His 
name appears often in deeds up to 1738, when he sold one-half 
his farm to his son Israel, and one-half to his son Daniel. He and 
his wife were members of the Windham Church in 1726. 

Children, i to iii recorded at Lebanon, v to xiv at Windham : 

19. i. Israel 4 , b. Apr. 11, 1712. 

20. ii. Daniel, b. Jan. 26, 1714. 

iii. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 1, 1716; d. Oct. 29, 1752; m. Feb. 7, 
1750, Benjamin Hitchcock, of Woodburv, Conn., who 
d. Sept. 24, I860, aged 85. 

iv. Hannah, b. ; m. June 5, 1745, at Lebanon, Benjamin 

Badcock, of Windham, b. July 24, 1711 ; both living in 
Windham 1757. 
v. Sarah, b. Apr., 1720 ; d. June, 1720. 

vi. Sarah, b. May 28, 1721 ; m. Dec. 29, 1747, William Beau- 
mont, of Lebanon. 

21. vii. Ebenezer, b. , 1722. 

viii. Bethia, bapt. Dec. 18, 1726; d. before 1756. 

22. ix. John, bapt. Jan. '26, 1729. 

x. Mary, bapt. Aug. 23, 1730 ; m. July 11, 1753, Enos Hawley, 
of Woodbury, son of Henry Hawley, of Stafford, b. 
1728; both living in Woodbury 1757. 

xi. Jonathan, bapt. June 4, 1732; d. 1756, unm. 

xii. Ann, bapt. Sept. 22, 1734; living in Lebanon 1757, unm. 

23. xiii. Jeremiah, bapt. Feb. 6, 1737. 
xiv. Abner, bapt. Oct. 28, 1739. 



9 

Richard 3 Everett (John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Aug. 24, 1683, at 
Dedham, Mass.; died 1746, at Dedham; married Mar. 3, 1708-9, 



Third Generation, 37 



Mary Fuller, daughter of Jonathan and Mary Fuller, of Dedhani. 
She was born Dec. 21, 1687 ; died Jan. 7, 1782, at Attleboro', 
Mass. 

His name appears on the valuation and assessment list of Ded- 
hani in 1727 and 1730, and in 1738, on a petition to have lands, 
lying within the westerly precinct of Stoughton, annexed to Ded- 
hani. He was selectman from 1736 to 1741. His will, dated Jan. 
25, 1745-6, probated Feb. 25, 1745-6, names wife Mary ; eldest 
son Joshua, buildings and land in Attleboro' and Stoughton; sons 
Jeremiah and Jonathan ; son Israel, the homestead in Dedhani, 
" he to take suitable care of my son Timothy both in health and 
sickness during his life ; " daughters Mary Maxey, Bethia Day, 
Hannah and Abigail Everett ; the First Church of Dedham " to 
which I belong £5." Wife Mary and son Israel, executors. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

24. i. Joshua, 4 b. Dec. 4, 1709. 

ii. Mary, b. Dec. 17, 1711 ; m. Feb. 2, 1737-8, Joseph Maxey, 
of Attleboro', Mass., son of Alexander and Abigail 
Maxey. 

25. hi. Jeremiah, b. Nov. 12, 1713. 
iv. Timothy, b. Oct. 4, 1715. 

26. v. Jonathan, b. Aug. 3, 1717. 

27. vi. Israel, b. Dec. 3, 1719. 

vii. Bethiah, b. Nov. 18, 1721 ; d. Nov. 24, 1722. 
viii. Bethiah, b. Oct. 7, 1722; m. Apr. 8, 1743, Jonathan Day, 
of Attleboro', afterwards of Killingly, Conn, 
ix. Hannah, b. Dec. 4, 1725; ra. 1st, Nov. 30, 1748, Richard 

Seaver, b. 1710; m. 2d, Dean, of Easton. 

x. Abigail, b. Dec. 3, 1727; m. George Bobinson, of Attleboro'. 

10 

Isaac 3 Everett (Samuel? Richard 1 '), born May 25, 1685, at 

Dedham, Mass. ; died ; married 1st, Mar. 1, 1709-10, Mary 

Hawes, daughter of John and Sarah (Derring) Dawes. She was 
born Feb. 10, 1683-4. He married 2d, May 21, 1728, Elizabeth 
Hambleton. She owned the covenant in the First Church of 
Dedham, Sept. 3, 1732. His name appears on the muster roll of 
Col. Shadrack Walton's company, July to Nov. 1722. 



38 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Cliilclren, recorded at Dedham : 

28. i. Samuel, 4 b. Feb. 2, 1710-11. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. Mary, b. Jan. 25, 1728-9; m. May 5, 1752, in Roxbury, 

Mass., Epliraim Blaneher. 
iii. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 14, 1731-2; d. Oct. 4, 1736. 
iv. Isaac, b. July 27, 1734. 

11 

Benjamin 3 Everett (Samuel? Richard 1 '), born Mar. 20, 
1692-3, at Dedham, Mass.; died Mar. 12, 1715, at Dedham; 
married Dec. 31, 1712, Betliia Fisher, daughter of Josiah and 
Meletiah (Bullen) Fisher, of Dedham. She was born Dec. 10, 
1681, and married second, Oct. 18, 1726, at Wrentham, Daniel 
Lawrence. Administration on the estate of Benjamin Everett 
was granted to the widow, Mar. 19, 1715, and on the estate 
of Daniel Lawrence Oct. 4, 1749, when he was called of Dedham 
and she of Wrentham. 

In 1712, Benjamin Everett received from his father a deed of 
gift of half his estate, they to occupy the homestead jointly during 
the life of Samuel. Benjamin died three years before his father, 
whose will, dated a year after the death of Benjamin, does not 
mention the widow Betliia or her daughter Rebecca ; but that a 
part of the estate was set off to her is shown by the boundaries of 
land sold by Isaac Everett, brother of Benjamin, in 1724. This 
estate was sold, in 1735, by Roger and Rebecca Crary, of Wood- 
stock, Conn., as " part of the estate of Samuel Everett late of 
Dedham and descended to said Rebecca by inheritance." 

Child, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Rebecca, 4 b. Jan. 27, 1712-13; m. Nov. 8, 1734, Roger 
Crary, both of Walpole. 

12 
Josiah 3 Avered (Israel? Richard 1 '), born Aug. 3, 1678, at 
Dedham, Mass. ; died Jan. 16, 1752-3, at* Woodbury, Conn. 
(Bethlehem Society): married Dec. 20, 1703, at Guilford, Conn., 



Third (reiteration. 39 



Elizabeth Cooke, daughter of Thomas and Sarah (Mason) Cooke. 
She was born Feb. 22, 1684, at Guilford. 

He removed to Guilford with his mother, after her second mar- 
riage with William Jones, in 1687, and remained there some years. 
In 1727, his name is found on the town account book of Durham, 
Conn., where he is called Sergeant. In 1732, he bought land in 
Wallingford, Conn., to which he removed and where he continued 
to buy and sell land until 1748, when he gave a deed of 45 acres 
of his estate to his son Abner. 

Children, recorded at Guilford : 

i. Elizabeth, 4 b. Nov. 5, 1704; m. July 8, 1724, at Guilford, 
Isaac Hotchkiss, son of Joseph and Hannah (Crittenden) 
Hotchkiss, b. Dec. 25, 1702; d. Sept. 17, 1752. 

29. ii. Israel, b. May 4, 1708. 

30. hi. Josiah, b. Aug. 4, 1710. 

31. iv. Reuben, b. Nov. 7, 1712. 

v. Sarah, b. July 18, 171- ; m. June 12, 1735, at Wallingford 
Ebenezer Lewis. 

32. vi. Abner, b. Apr. 7, 1721. 

33. vii. Timothy, b. May 9, 1727. 

34. viii. Seth. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

13 

Joseph 4 Everett (John,* John,' 2 Richard 1 ), born July 31, 
1703, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Feb. 16, 1774, at Stoughtonham, 
now Sharon, Mass. ; married Feb. 1, 1727-8, Hannah Richards, 
daughter of James and Hannah (Metcalf) Richards. She was 
born Oct. 10, 1707, at Dedham; died Jan. 21, 1786. 

He was received into the membership of the First Church of 
Dedham, Feb. 21, 1724-5, and was one of the original members 
of the Second Parish of Stoughton, in 1741. This parish became 
the First Parish of Stoughtonham, when the new town was organ- 
ized in 1765. He was elected warden in 1766 ; surveyor of ways 
1770. Mar. 4, 1774, Oliver Everett of Stoughtonham was ad- 
mitted administrator of the estate of Joseph Everett of Stoughton- 
ham, cordwainer. The heirs named in the distribution of the 
estate, Apr. 4, 1774, were widow Hannah ; sons John, Edward, 
Oliver, Joseph and Jesse ; Nathan Clark, Jr., and Hannah his 
wife ; Jacob Hewins and Abigail Ids wife ; Micah Allen and 
Katherine liis wife ; Isaac Dean and Elizabeth his wife. 

Cliildren, recorded at Sharon : 

35. i. John, 5 b. Jan. 3, 1728-9. 

ii. Hannah, b. Nov. 1, 1730; m. Aug. 5, 1760, Nathan Clark, 
Jr., of Stoughtonham. 

36. Hi. Joseph, b. Feb. 10, 1732-3. 

iv. James, b. July 23, 1735; d. Dec. 16, 1755, unm. 

37. v. Jesse, b. Aug. 29, 1738. 

vi. Abigail, b. Dec. 25, 1740 ; d. June 26, 1781 ; m. 1st, Oct. 
9, 1760, Elijah Ilawes, son of Eleazer and Mary (Bel- 
cher) Hawes, b. Nov. 30, 1733; d. Oct. 1769; m. 2d, 
Dec. 16, 1773, Dea. Jacob Hewins, of Sharon. 

vii. Catherine, b. May 20, 1743 ; m. Oct. 24, 1764, Micah Allen, 
of Stoughtonham. 

38. viii. Edward, b. Oct. 26, 1745. 

ix. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 8, 1748 ; m. 1st, Samuel Randall, who 
d. Nov. 25, 1772 ; m. 2d, Isaac Dean, of Mansfield, 
Mass., b. May 8, 1734; d. Nov. 22, 1803. 

39. x. Oliver, b. Apr. 11, 1750. 



Fourth Generation. 41 



14 

Dea. Ebenezer 4 Everett (John? John? Richard 1 ), born Aug. 
5, 1707, at Dedhain, Mass.; died June 19, 1778, at Dedham 
married Mar. 9, 1734, at North Andover, Mass., Joanna Stevens, 
daughter of Ebenezer and Sarah (Sprague) Stevens, born Sept. 
— , 1711 ; died June 21, 1791. 

In 1731, Ebenezer Everett, of Dedhain, bought for £55, lot No. 
47 in Suncook, N. H. ; in 1732, for £160, 40 acres in Methuen, 
Mass.; in 1734, for £48, 12 acres in Methuen adjoining his pre- 
vious purchase. In 1738-9, he was called of Methuen ; but in 
1745 and 1752, was again called of Dedham, when he sold land in 
Methuen. He was dismissed from the First Church of Methuen, 
and his wife Joanna from the First Church of Andover, to the 
Second Church of Dedham, March 22, 1741. He was chosen 
deacon of the Second Church, Nov. 30, 1760, and was selectman 
1760-1764. His will, dated Jan. 10, 1776, proved July 17, 1778, 
names wife Joanna, sons Ebenezer, John, Asa, Moses, Andrew, 
Phinehas, Aaron and Oliver ; daughter Joanna. 

Children, ii and iii recorded at Methuen, i, iv to ix at Dedham : 

40. i. Ebenezer, 5 b. Oct, 7, 1734. 

41. ii. John, b. June 23, 1736. 

42. iii. Asa, b. Aug. 30, 1739. 

43. iv. Andrew, b. June 3, 1741. 

v. Joanna, b. Mar. 4, 1743-4; d. at Foxboro', Sept. 1, 1813, 
unm. 

44. vi. Phinehas, b. Sept, 1, 1745. 

45. vii. Aaron, b. June 5, 1748. 

46. vhi. Moses, b. July 15, 1750. 

47. ix. Oliver, b. June 11, 1752. 

15 

Eleazer 4 Everett (John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 10, 
1712, at Dedham, Mass.; died Jan. 28, 1786, at Dedham; mar- 
ried 1st, Aug. 12, 1735, Judith Dean, daughter of Ebenezer and 
Judith Dean. She was born June 6, 1716, at Dedham; died 
Sept. 16, 1758. He married 2d, Nov. 29, 1759, Mrs. Bethiah 
(Lewis) Morse, daughter of William and Bethiah (Colbum) Lewis 



42 Descendants of Richard -Everett. 

and widow of Ezra Morse, Jr. She was born Nov. 4, 1720, and 
dismissed to the church at Francestown, N. H., Sept. 9, 1791. 

Eleazer Everett renewed his baptismal covenant with the First 
Church of Dedham, June 20, 1736, and was admitted to the 
Second Church, Nov. 7, 1756, where he was an active member in 
1776. Judith Everett, wife of Eleazer, was admitted to full com- 
munion in the Second Church, Mar. 14, 1741-2. His will, dated 
Sept. 12, 1782, proved June 20, 1786, names wife Bethiah; sons 
Nathaniel, Abel and Eleazer; daughters Judith Wight, Sarah 
Everett, Lois Smith and Melatiah Fales. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Mehitable 5 , b. May 19, 1736; d. Jan. 30, 1738-9. 
ii. Judith, b. June 18, 1738; d. Dec. 4, 1818; m. Sept. 16, 
1762, Joseph Wight, son of Joseph and Miriam (Stan- 
ley) Wight, b. Dec. 17, 1740; d. Sept. 13, 1809. They 
removed from Dedham to Rutland, Mass., 1763 ; thence 
to Norwich, Mass. 
hi. Eleazer, b. July 12, 1740; d. June 22, 1759, at Fort Cum- 
berland, N. S. 
iv. Mehitable, b. Sept, 28, 1742; d. Dec. 29, 1760. 
v. Lois, b. Mar. 17, 1744-5; m. Dec. 3, 1772, Jesse Smith, of 
Stoughton. 

48. vi. Nathaniel, b. Julv 19, 1747. 

vii. Melatiah, b. Jan. 22, 1749-50; d. 1825; m. Apr. 13, 1779, 
Eliphalet Fales, of Dedham, son of Eliphalet and Abi- 
gail (Everett) Fales, b. Nov. 3, 1743; d. Dec. 18, 1825. 

viii. Sarah, b. Auo-. 5, 1752. 

49. ix. Abel, b. Fek 18, 1756-7. 

Child of second wife : 

50. x. Eleazer, b. Apr. 25, 1761. 

16 

Edward 4 Everett (John? John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Oct. 18, 
1714, at Dedham, Mass.; died June 30, 1745, at Dedham; 
married Jan. 23, 1738-9, Mary Allen, daughter of Eleazer and 
Mary (Battle) Allen. She was born June 10, 1717 ; died Jan. 
4, 1810; married, second, Aug. 10, 1763, Gamaliel Gerould, of 
Wrentham. 



Fourth Generation. 43 



Mary, wife of Edward Everett, was received into the Second 
Church of Dedham, Dec. 2, 1739, and he was received Oct. 4, 
1741. Administration on the estate of Edward Everett, house- 
wright, was granted his widow Mary, Sept. 17, 1745. Six small 
children were mentioned, but not named. Oct. 10, 1755, Mary 
was made guardian of her son Edward, aged about 15, and Aug. 
26, 1763, he was appointed guardian of his brother David, aged 
above 14. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

51. i. Edward, 5 b. Dec. 9, 1739. 

ii. Mary, b. Dec. 10, 1739; d. at Concord, Oct. 21, 1822; 
m. Mar. 8, 1764, Joseph Fisher, of Dedham, son of 
Joseph and Mary (Metcalf) Pusher, b. Mav 17, 1739; 
d. Dec. 2, 1790. 

hi. Mercy, b. June 29, 1741 ; d. Mar. 25, 1828 ; m. Feb. 15, 
1763, Ebenezer Colburn, son of Joseph and Mehitable 
Colburn, b. May 15, 1738; d. Sept. 17, 1824. They 
removed to Natick, Mass., and in 1779 to Rindge, 
N. H. 

iv. Abigail, b. Mar. 9, 1742-3; d. Oct. 5, 1777; m. (int.) Dec. 
7, 1770, Eliphalet Fales of Dedham, son of Eliphalet 
and Abigail 4 (Everett) Fales; b. Nov. 3, 1743; d. Dec. 
13, 1825. 

52. v. David, b. Apr. 16, 1745. 
vi. Hannah, b. Apr. 16, 1745. 



17 

William 4 Everett (William? John? Richard 1 '), born Dec. 23, 
1705, at Dedham, Mass.; died Feb. 8, 1752, at Dedham ; married 
Dec. 8, 1727, Mary Thorp, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth 
(White) Thorp, of Dedham. She was born Feb. 24, 1703-4 ; died 
Feb. 5, 1799. 

He recognized his baptismal covenant in the First Church of 
Dedham, Aug. 10, 1729, in order to have his first child baptized. 
He was selectman 1744-1748. Administration on his estate was 
granted to his widow Mary, May 1, 1752, and June 15, 1753, she 
was made guardian of Elizabeth, aged about 18, and Desire, aged 
about 11. 



44 Descendants of llichard Everett. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. William, 5 b. Dec. 22, 1728; d. Feb. 28, 1730. 

53. ii. William, b. Apr. 19, 1730. 

iii. Mary, b. Jan. 25, 1732; d. July 31, 1738. 

54. iv. Josiah, b. Oct. 17, 1733. 

v. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 14, 1735; d. Sept. 14, 1810; m. 1st, 
Aug. 31, 1755, James Wetherbee, sou of Thomas 
Wetherbee, bapt. June 23, 1734; d. Dec. 10, 1760; 
m. 2d, Feb. 8, 1769, Seth Clap, of Walpole, son of 
Joshua and Silence (Bird) Clap, b. Nov. 4, 1722; d. 
Sept. 10, 1788. 
vi. Sybil, b. Oct. 18, 1737; d. Jan. 15, 1742. 
vii. David, b. Jan. 15, 1740; d. Jan. 2, 1742. 
viii. Desire, b. Aug. 12, 1742; d. July 3, 1822; m. May 22, 
1777, John Holmes, of Stoughtonham. 

18 

Peter 4 Everett (William? John? Richard 1 ), bom Apr. 22, 
1721, at Dedham; died Mar. 19, 1748, at Dedham; married Mar. 
21, 1744-5, at Walpole, Abigail Clap, daughter of Thomas and 
Hannah Clap, of Dedham. She was born Apr., 1724 ; died Nov. 
20, 1777 ; married second, Oct. 12, 1749, Jonathan Lewis, son of 
John. He was born Dec. 6, 1708, at Dorchester; died Oct. 24, 
1786. 

Peter Everett and his wife Abigail owned the covenant in the 
Second Church of Dedham, Aug. 25, 1745. She was appointed 
administratrix of his estate Oct. 4, 1748. The heirs named in the 
distribution of the property, 1763, were his children Peter and 
Abigail, and his widow, then Abigail Lewis. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Abigail, 5 b. Sept. 4, 1745. 

55. ii. Peter, b. Apr. 5, 1747. 

19 
Israel 4 Everit (Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born April 11, 1712, 
at Lebanon, Conn. ; living, 1788, at Norwich, Conn. ; married 
Feb. 11, 1739-40, at Windham, Conn., Hannah West. His wife 
was admitted to the church at Windham, May 15, 1745, and he 
was admitted to the same church the following month, June, by 



Fourth Generation. 45 



transfer from the church at Goshen, a parish in the adjoining town 
of Lebanon. He bought and sold much land, living according to 
deeds 1734-1747 at Windham, 1760-1770 at Lebanon, and 1771- 
1783 at Norwich, in which latter town he was taxed, 1774-1788. 
Dec. 24, 1756, he was appointed administrator of the estate of 
his unmarried brother Jonathan, deceased, and with his account, 
filed and approved Sept. 1, 1757, are receipts signed by all his 
brothers, sisters and brothers-in4aw, specifying their amounts re- 
ceived, proportion and relationship. 
Child, recorded at Windham : 

56. i. Israel, 5 b. Jan. 14, 1740-41. 

20 

Daniel 4 Ea^erit (Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Jan. 26, 1714, 
at Lebanon, Conn. ; died Dec. 21, 1792, at Woodbury, Conn. ; 
married Mar. 25, 1747, at Bethlehem Society, Woodbury, Conn., 
Elizabeth Steele, daughter of Lieut. John and Mary (Newell) 
Steele. She was born Oct. 23, 1719, at Farmington, Conn., and 
died Jan. 30, 1794, at Woodbury. 

June 6, 1738, as " of Windham," he bought one half of his 
father's farm in that town for <£200, and on Jan. 8, 1739, he sold 
the same to his brother Israel for X400. Probably it was at this 
time that he settled at Woodbury, where for many years he served 
as a magistrate. At a town meeting, Sept. 19, 1775, he was 
elected one of the Committee of Observation. 

Children, born at Woodbury, Conn. : 

57. i. Daniel, 5 b. May 1, 1748. 

ii. Sarah, b. Nov. 14, 1749; m. Nov. 21, 1769, Asaph Parmely. 
in. Mary, b. June 6, 1754; m. Dec. 5, 1776, David Frisbie. 

58. iv. Abner, b. May 12, 1760. 

21 
Ebenezer 4 Everit (Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born about 
1722, at Windham, Conn.; died July 24, 1810, aged 88 years. 
at Sharon, Conn.; married Lucy Moulton, who was born about 
1728 and died Sept. 28, 1813, aged 85 years, at Sharon. He lived 
in early years at Hebron, moved in 1745 to Sharon, and lived in 



46 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

that part of the town which was set off in 1800 as the parish of 
Ellsworth. He and his wife were among the original members 
of the church organized, Mar. 15, 1802, in the new parish. His 
sons and daughters married and settled within one and a half 
miles of his home. The town records show, that as a householder 
in Sharon, in 1776, he enlisted in a company of minute men under 
Capt. Caleb Jewit. 

Children, recorded at Sharon : 

i. Lucy, 5 b. May 1, 1750; m. May 8, 1770, William Avery, 
son of William and Mary Avery. He was b. about 
1751, at Sharon, where he lived until 1800, when he 
moved to Duanesburg, N. Y. 

59. ii. Isaiah, b. Apr. 11, 1752. 

60. hi. Ebe or Ebenezer, b. Jan. 17, 1754. 

61. iv. Eliphalet, b. Dec. 3, 1757. 

v. Olive, b. Feb. 14, 1760; m. Dec. 9, 1779, at Sharon, John 
Lord, son of Joseph and Esther (Chapman) Lord. He 
was b. Feb. 22, 1757, at Sharon, 
vi. Mehitable, b. Oct. 11, 1762; d. unm. 

vii. Sylvia, b. ; m. David Marvin. 

viii. Lois, bapt. June 5, 1768; m. Apr. 7, 1785, at Sharon, 
Thomas St. John. 
Lx. Irene, b. Feb. 20, 1771 ; d. Oct. 7, 1854; m. Aug. 9, 1789, 
Caleb Chapman. 

22 

John 4 Everit {Israel, 21 John, 2 Richard 1 }, baptized Jan. 26, 
1729, at Windham, Conn.; m. Dec. 10, 1752, at Sharon, Sarah 
Gay. He was a blacksmith by trade, lived at Windham until 
about 1750, when he moved to Sharon, and in the early settlement 
of Ohio again moved to the northern part of that State, where he 
is said to have died. While at Sharon, in 1776, he enlisted with 
his brother Ebenezer in a company of minute men, under Capt. 
Caleb Jewit. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Elizabeth, 5 b. Mar. 3, 1753; ra. Oct. 8, 1767, Simeon 
Sprague, son of Capt. John Sprague, who came from 
Lebanon in 1737. 

ii. Jonathan, b. July 15, 1755; d. Oct. 31, 1755. 

hi. John, b. Jan. 6, 1757. 



Fourth Generation. 47 



23 

Jeremiah 4 Everit (Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), baptized Feb. 

6, 1737, at Windham, Conn. ; married Lydia . From deeds 

and town records, he appears to have lived at Windham, Conn., 
until about 1765, when he moved to Norwich, Conn., where the 
tax list of 1783 shows him still a resident. By deed dated Feb. 
18, 1769, recorded April 10, 1788, at Torrington, he, as "of Nor- 
wich, Co. New London, Conn.," buys 41 acres of land in Torring- 
ton, Conn., being right No. 97. By deed dated March 23, 1789, 
recorded July 4, 1789, at Torrington, he, as of " Franklin, Co. 
New London, Conn.," transfers this same land to Oliver Everit, 
probably his son, also of Franklin. He is said later to have been 
a preacher in Western New York. 

Nov. 6, 1780, he was a Second Lieut, in Capt. Hungerford's 
company, Col. McClellan's regiment, New London and Groton, and 
was discharged, Jan. 4, 1781. Possibly it was Ins son who served. 

Children, i and ii born at Windham, iii-viii, at Norwich : 

i. Jeremiah, 5 b. May 10, 1762. 

ii. Lydia, b. Jan. 14, 1764; d. a few years after marriage; 
in. Nov. 25, 1784, at Windham, probably to Joseph 
Manning. He was b. Dec. 9, 1761, at Windham, moved 
to Windsor and later to Poultney, Vt., where he d. 
about 1849. 

iii. Oliver, b. Sept. 18, 1766. By deed he received from his 
father, both called as " of Franklin, Co. New London " 
in 1789, 41 acres of land, in Torrington, and the follow- 
ing year, 1790, as "of Lebanon," he transferred the same 
land to Stephen Fyler and others. 

iv. Vine, b. Jan. 8, 1768; served as private in Capt. Hunger- 
ford's company, Col. McClellan's regiment, New Lon- 
don and Groton, from Nov. 12, 1780, to Jan. 10, 1781. 

v. Clarissa, b. Oct. 1, 1769. 

vi. Israel, b. Feb. 18, 1771. 

vii. Alice, b. July 28, 1772. 
viii. Betsey, b. Aug. 9, 1774. 

24 
Dea. Joshua 4 Everett (Richard 3 John 2 Richard J ), born Dec. 
4, 1709, at Dedham, Mass.; died Aug. 31, 1786, at Attieboro', 



48 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Mass. ; married 1st, Dec. 12, 1734, Margaret Avery, daughter of 
William and Esther A very, of Dedham. She was born Jan. 25, 
1713-4; died Mar. 3, 1754-5. He married 2d, Jan. 24, 1759, 
Patience (Carpenter) Stanley, daughter of Zachariah and Mar- 
garet Carpenter, of Rehoboth, and widow of Abner Stanley, of 
Attleboro'. She was born June 27, 1729 ; died July 28, 1787. 

He settled at Attleboro' about 1733, where he purchased an 
estate of the Woodcock family, on the Post Road, which has since 
been intersected by the dividing line between Wrentham and 
Attleboro'. To the house, now situated in North Attleboro', he 
added the west part. During the Revolution the Count Rocham- 
beau, Baron Steuben, Gens. Knox and Lafayette slept for a night 
under its roof. In 1734, he received by deed of gift as his share 
of his father's estate — a double portion — 70 h acres in Attleboro' 
and Stoughton. 

He joined the church in Dedham in 1728, and was dismissed to 
the church in Attleboro', in 1735. In 1747, he was one of the 
founders and deacon of a church called " The Church of the 
New Light, or Separatists," which was reorganized, in 1709, as a 
Baptist church. He was a man of sound judgment and liberal 
views, commanding the respect of the community in which he 
lived. 

His will, dated Feb. 2, 1781, proved Apr. 3, 1787, names wife 
Patience, sons Joshua, Josiah and William ; daughters Margaret 
Blackington, Mary Sprague and Esther Orne. 

Children, recorded at Attleboro' : 

i. Margaret, 5 b. Oct. 7, 1735 ; m. Peter Blackington, of 

Attleboro'. 
ii. Mary, b. Sept. 27, 1737; m. Sept. 30, 1756, John Sprague, 

of Wrentham. 
iii. Esther, b. Oct. 24, 1739; m. James Orne, of Attleboro'. 

62. iv. Joshua, b. Sept. 21, 1741. 

63. v. Josiah, b. June 6, 1743. 

vi. David, b. June 2, 1745 ; d. Apr. 18, 1752. 
\ ii. Samuel, b. Nov. 5, 1751; d. Jan. 12, 1777. He was taken 
prisoner at the battle of Long Island and confined on 
board the Fidelity ; was released, but died at Milford, 
Conn., on his way home. 

64. viii. William, b. Jan. 10*, 1754. 



Fourth Generation. 49 



25 

Jeremiah 4 Everett (Richard, 5 John, 2 Richard l ), born Nov. 
12, 1713, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Mar. 27, 1798, at Halifax, Vt. ; 
married 1st, Apr. 22, 1736, Rebecca Blackington, daughter of 
Pentecost and Rebecca (Figget) Blackington, of Attleboro', Mass. 
She was born Nov. 7, 1717; died Nov. 25, 1753. He married 
2d, Mindwell Woodward, daughter of Ebenezer and Mindwell 
(Stone) Woodward, of Newton, and widow of Rev. Nathaniel 
Shepard, of Attleboro'. She was born Feb. 26, 1717 ; died Sept. 
21, 1794. 

He resided at Attleboro' and is called "house joyner" and 
"husbandman" in numerous conveyances of land, between 1743 
and 1765. He served as private in Capt. Caleb Richardson's 
company, Col. Timothy Pond's regiment, in 1775. He removed 
to Halifax, Vt., where he died. 

Children, recorded at Attleboro' : 

65. i. Richard, 5 b. Jan. 3, 1736-7. 

h. Rebeckah, b. Dec. 12, 1738; m. Mar. 19, 1761, William 
Follett, of Attleboro'. 

66. iii. Jeremiah, b. Nov. 25, 1740. 

iv. Anne, b. June 20, 1743; m. Feb. 18, 1767, Henry Lyon, 
of Ashford. 

67. v. John, b. Jan. 30, 1744-5. 

vi. Mary, b. June 13, 1749; m. Sept. 26, 1769, John Williams, 

of Concord, 
vii. Hannah, b. Sept. 26, 1752; d. Nov. 24, 1753. 

Children of second wife : 

68. viii. Samuel, b. Nov. 16, 1756. 

ix. Hannah, b. Nov. 16, 1756; m. Feb. 3, 1777, William Free- 
man, of Attleboro'. 

69. x. Penuel, b. Sept, 3, 1758. 

70. xi. Levi, b. Sept. 23, 1760. 

26 

Dea. Jonathan 4 Everett (Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 *), born 
Aug. 3, 1717, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Dec. 15, 1796, at Wren- 
tham ; married Sept. 5, 1744, Jemima Mann, daughter of Pelatiah 



50 Descendant* of Richard Everett. 

and Jemima (Farrington) Mann, of Wrentham. She was born 
Dec. 21, 1722. 

In 1742, he bought for £510 a homestead in Attleboro', Mass., 
where he lived until 1753, when he removed to Wrentham. He 
was admitted to the First Church of Dedham, Jan. 17, 1741-2, and 
in 1744, was dismissed to the church in Attleboro'. He was a 
minute man from Wrentham, in Oliver Pond's company, which 
marched on the Lexington alarm of Apr. 19, 1775 ; and he also 
served in the same company from September to December of that 
year. 

His will, dated Sept. 3, 1791, proved Jan. 3, 1797, mentions Iris 
wife Jemima ; sons Jonathan, Pelatiah, Abijah, Timothy and 
Daniel ; daughters Jemima Messenger, Susanna Mann, Tryphena 
Shepard and Melatiah Hawes ; and grandson Samuel Bugbee, 
" son of my daughter Eunice Bugbee." 

Children, i to vi recorded at Attleboro', vii to xii at Wrentham : 

i. Jemima, 5 b. Dec. 12, 1745; m. Aug. 15, 1765, at Wren- 
tham, Wigglesworth Messenger, son of Ebenezer and 
Rebecca (Sweetzer) Messenger, b. Dec. 16, 1743; d. 
Nov. 26, 1818. 

ii. Susannah, b. May 5, 1747; m. Aug. 28, 1766, at Wren- 
tham, George Mann. 

71. iii. Jonathan, b. June 16, 1748. 

iv. Tryphena, b. Nov. 5, 1749; m. Aug. 8, 1771, at Wren- 
tham, Jonathan Shepard. 

72. v. Pelatiah, b. Dec. 11, 1750. 

vi. David, b. May 23, 1752; minute man on Lexington Alarm, 
vii. John, b. Apr. 20, 1754; d. June 1, 1754. 

73. viii. Abijah, b. Apr. 29, 1756. 

ix. Eunice, b. Apr. 15, 1758; d. Oct. 15, 1758. 
x. Eunice, b. Aug. 11, 1759; m. Feb. 27, 1781, at Wren- 
tham, Samuel Bugbee. 

74. xi. Daniel, b. June 21, 1761. 

75. xii. Timothy, b. Nov. 7, 1763. 

xiii. Melatiah, b. Aug. 8, 1767; m. Jan. 10, 1787, Capt. Amos 
Hawes, son of Joseph and Hannah (Fisher) Hawes, of 
Wrentham, b. July 26, 1761 ; d. Jan. 18, 1804. 

27 

Israel 4 Everett (Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Dec. 3, 
1719, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Apr. 21, 1803, at Dedham ; married 



Fourth Generation. 51 



Oct. 13, 1743, Sarah Metcalf, daughter of Nathaniel and Mary 
(Gay) Metcalf, born Nov. 18, 1720. He resided at Dedham and 
was admitted to the First Church, Apr. 11, 1743, where his 
children were baptized. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

76. i. Israel, 5 b. Oct. 13, 1744. 

77. ii. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 1, 1745. 

78. hi. Ebenezer, b. Sept. 26, 1747. 

79. iv. William, b. Oct. 10, 1749. 

v. Sarah, b. July 22, 1751. 

80. vi. Richard, b. Apr. 17, 1753. 

vii. Mary, b. Jan. 9, 1755; m. Feb. 17, 1780, Nathaniel Fales, 

lived at New London, N. H. 
vhi. Joseph, b. Jan. 7, 1757; d. July 26, 1794. 

81. ix. Aaron, b. Nov. 18, 1758. 

82. x. David, b. Aug. 20, 1763. 

xi. Margaret, b. May 26, 1765; d. 1843; m. Aug. 8, 1799, at 
Cambridge, Mass., John Norcross, son of Nathaniel and 
Jemima (Abbott) Norcross, of Lexington, Mass. He 
was b. May, 1771; d. 1823. 



28 

Samuel 4 Everett (Isaac,* Samuel, 2, Richard 1 '), born Feb. 2, 
1710-11, at Dedham; died before Feb. 11, 1754; married Mar- 
garet . 



His name is on the first assessment roll of the Third Parish of 
Dedham (West Dedham), in 1737. Jeremiah Dean was appointed 
administrator of the estate of Samuel Everett, housewright, Feb. 
11, 1754. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Margaret, 5 b. Dec. 31, 1738; d. Dec. 29, 1817; in. (int.) 
June 4, 1768, Elijah Seabury. 

83. ii. Samuel, b. Apr. 3, 1741. 

iii. Mary, b. May 12, 1744; d. unm. 

iv. Rebecca, b. July 26, 1747; m. Jan. 26, 1769, Aaron Ayers, 

of Needham, b. June 15, 1735. 
v. Sybil, b. June 5, 1750. 

84. vi. Isaac, b. Jan. 11, 1754. 

vii. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 11, 1754. 



52 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

29 

Israel 4 Avered (Josiah* Israel, 2 Richard 2 ), born May 4, 
1708, at Guilford, Conn. ; died about 1794, at Torrington, Conn. ; 
married Aug. 25, 1731, at Durham, Conn., Abigail Beach, perhaps 
daughter of Richard and Hannah Beach, born Feb. 5 or 15, 1710- 
11, at Durham, Conn. 

In 1736, he bought seventy-five acres of land at Torrington, 
Conn., when he was called of Wallingford. He removed to Tor- 
rington, in 1737, and lived in the west part of the town. He 
was a miller and in 1739, built the first corn mill in Torrington. 
He died about 1794, as is shown by a deed dated Jan. 29, 
1795, in which Abigail, Anna and Hannah Everett, of Torring- 
ton ; Sarah Green, of Clarendon, Vt. ; Titus and Eunice Andrews, 
of Stillwater, N. Y., sell land belonging to the estate of Israel 
Everett, of Torrington, deceased. 

Children, born at Durham and Torrington : 

i. Mical, 5 b. July 29, 1732. 
ii. Abigail, b. Mar. 1, 1733-4. 
85. iii. Samuel, b. Feb. 6, 1739. 
iv. Anna, b. Jan. 15, 1740-1. 
v. Sarah, bapt. May 6, 1744; m. (Peleg?) Green; res. 1795, 

Clarendon, Vt. 
vi. Hannah, b. May 7, 1747. 
vii. Eunice, bapt. Sept., 1750. 
80. vhi. Israel, b. June 16, 1752. 

ix. Eunice, b. Apr. 16, 1755; m. Titus Andrews; res. 1795, 
Stillwater, N. Y. 

30 

Capt. Josiah 4 Avered (Josiah, s Israel, 2 Richard *), born Aug. 
5, 1710, at Guilford, Conn. ; died Feb. 23, 1765, at Woodbury 
(Bethlehem Society) ; married Mar. 20, 1740, Hannah Hinman, 
daughter of Capt. Andrew and Mary (Noble) Hinman, of Wood- 
bury. She was born Dec. 5, 1714, at Woodbury; died May 19, 
1803, at Winchester, Conn. 

He lived at Woodbury (Bethlehem Society), and in 1751 
bought, for £200 and £500, two lots of undivided land in Win- 
chester, Conn. Soon after this, he became disabled by the kick of 



Fourth Generation. 53 



a horse and was confined to his bed until his death. His will was 
proved Mar. 19, 1765. 

After the death of her husband, Hannah Avered removed with 
her mother and children to Winchester, where there were then 
but three families. She kept a tavern on the North Road ; owned 
the covenant in 1771 ; took the oath of fidelity Jan. 18, 1782, and 
was assessed £14-1-6 in 1783. 

Children, born at Woodbury : 

i. Elihu, 5 b. Mar. 5, 1741-2; d. Oct. 25, 1759. 
ii. Mary, b. Feb. 13, 1743; d. Mar. 9, 1760. 
iii. Aaron, b. Apr. 3, 1745; d. Dec. 4, 1761. 

87. iv. Noble, b. Mar. 3, 1747. 

88. v. Josiah, b. Feb. 27, 1749-50. 

vi. Hannah, b. Jan. 1, 1750-51 ; m. Mar. 2, 1774, Thomas 
Hosmer, son of Thomas Hosmer, of Hartford, Conn. 

vii. Diana, b. Feb. 14, 1753; d. Dec. 11, 1843; m. Dea. Theo- 
philus Humphrey. 

89. viii. Andrew, b. July 31, 1755. 

ix. Mabel, b. July 31, 1755; d. Feb. 24, 1804; m. May 30, 
1776, Daniel Corbin, son of Capt. Peter and Abigail 
(Benedict) Corbin, b. Oct. 1, 1757, at Danbury, Conn. ; 
d. 1809, at Colebrook, Conn. 

x. Amelia, b. May 14, 1757; d. Oct. 22, 1843; m. May 15, 
1782, Dr. Solomon Everitt, of Canton, Conn. 

31 

Lieut. Reuben 4 Avered (Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born 
Nov. 7, 1712, at Guilford, Conn.; married 1st, Mar. 27, 1743, 
Bethiah Thompson, who died Aug. 25, 1751, at Woodbury, Conn. ; 
married 2d, Apr. 30, 1755, Lydia Beach, who died Sept. 22, 1809, 
aged 84 years, at Woodbury, Conn. 

He was one of the first settlers, in 1734, in the Bethlehem 
Society, Woodbury, Conn. ; was admitted a member of the First 
Congregational Church at Woodbury, June 10, 1739 ; was styled 
lieutenant in the record of his second marriage and served as ;i 
Revolutionary soldier from Woodbury. 

Children, born at Woodbury : 

i. Elizabeth, 5 b. July 9, 1740; m. Sept. 12, 1774, Atwood Bird. 
ii. Moses, b. Apr. 1, 1744; d. Jan. 17, 1759. 
iii. Hannah, b. June 6, 1750; d. July 9, 1750. 



54 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children of second wife : 

iv. Lydia, b. May 25, 1756. 
v. Reuben, b. May 22, 1762. 



32 

Abner 4 Avered (Avery) (Josiah? Israel? Richard 1 ), born 

Apr. 7, 1721, at Guilford, Conn.; died , 1804, at Walling- 

ford, Conn. ; married Dec. 5, 1744, at Wallingford, Eunice Hall, 
daughter of Ens. Amos and Ruth (Royce) Hall, born Aug. 21, 
1724, at Wallingford, and died there Jan. 21, 1776. 

His name and his children's names were written indifferently 
Avered and Avery. In 1747, he received a gift from his father, 
Josiah Avered, of 45 acres in Wallingford. In 1771, as " Avery" 
he sold land, and in 1777, as " Avery" he bought land. In 1793, 
he sold to Abner Avered, Jr., " the mansion house where I now 
live and half of other buildings etc.," all in Wallingford ; this 
deed was signed Abner Avered, and Iris oldest son, as a witness, 
signed Amos Averit. 

By deed dated March 8, 1779, and recorded Mar. 23, 1784, 
Abner Avered, of Wallingford, transferred to his sons Amos 
Avered and Ambrose Avered 130 acres of land in parish of 
Northbury, township of Waterbury, Conn., now the town of 
Plymouth. 

His will, dated Oct. 27, 1797, and proved May 31, 1804, men- 
tions sons Edmond, Amos, Abner and Ambrose Avery, and daugh- 
ter Eunice Whitney, wife of Enos Whitney. 

Amos and Ambrose gradually changed their name to Everett, 
while Edmond and Abner changed to Avery. 

Children, recorded at Wallingford : 

90. i. Amos, 5 b. Sept. 22, 1745. 

91. ii. Abner, b. April 21, 1748. 

92. iii. Edmund, b. Nov. 22, 1750. 

93. iv. Ambrose, b. Dec. 7, 1752. 

v. Eunice, b. May 22, 1760; d. Oct, 20, 1838, at Gibson, Pa.; 
m. 1787, Enos Whitnev, of Wallingrford, son of John 
and Deborah (Smith) Whitney, b. Aug. 10, 1761, at 
Branford, Conn. ; d. Oct. 8, 1846, at Gibson, Pa. 



Fourth Generation. 55 



33 

Timothy 4 Aveked (Josiah, 5 Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born May 9, 
1727, at Guilford, Conn. ; married May 4, 1772, Mary Comstock. 
He lived in Woodbury, Conn. (Bethlehem Society.) 

Child, born at Woodbury : 

i. Mary, 5 b. June 3, 1773. 

34 

Seth 4 Avered (Josiah? Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born at Guilford, 
Conn. ; married Feb. 26, 1752, Eunice Minor. He probably 
settled at Bethlehem Society, Woodbury, Conn., with his brother 
Reuben, in 1734. He signed the petition, in 1739, to separate 
the Bethlehem Society from the mother church at Woodbury. 
His name was, in later years, written Everit. 

Children, born at Woodbury : 

i. Lois, 5 b. Oct, 26, 1752. 

ii. Eunice, b. Apr. 4, 1754. 
hi. Damaris, b. May 14, 1756. 
iv. Seth, b. Nov. 14, 1760. 

v. Moses, b. Oct. 18, 1770. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 

35 

John 5 Everett (Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 Richard *), born Jan. 3, 
1728-9, at Stoughton, Mass.; died Jan. 26, 1811, at Wrentham, 
Mass. ; married 1st, Nov. 27, 1760, Mary Smith, of Wrentham, 
who died June 18, 1773. He married 2d, Dec. 9, 1773, Isabel 
Hodges, daughter of Eliphalet and Abigail (Fillebrown) Hodges, 
of Stoughton, born Nov. 4, 1746 ; died Jan. 27, 1830, at 
Wrentham. 

He was admitted to the First Church of Stoughton, Dec. 21, 
1760, and his wife, Nov. 13, 1761. Born in that part of Stough- 
ton which later became Sharon, he lived there until about 1776 
or 1780, when he removed to Mansfield, Mass., and later to 
Wrentham. He was surveyor of ways, at Sharon, 1769, and 
served on the Lexington Alarm, as private, in the 7th company, 
under Capt. Israel Smith. 

Children, i, ii recorded at Stoughton, iii, iv, v, at Sharon, vi-viii, 
at Mansfield : 

i. Mary, 6 b. Mar. 31, 1762. 
ii. Susanna, b. May 9, 1764. 
iii. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 7, 1766. 
iv. Sinthe, b. June 4, 1770. 
v. Jason, b. July 24, 1772. 

Children of second wife : 

94. vi. Eliphalet, b. Mar. 14, 1783. 

95. vii. George, b. Apr. 22, 1785. 

viii. Sally, b. May 12, 1788; ni. Oct. 14, 1817, at Wrentham, 
Abijah Metcalf, of Charlton. 

36 

Lieut. Joseph 5 Everett (Joseph, 4 John, 3 John, 2 Miehard 1 ), 
born Feb. 10, 1732-3, at Stoughton, now Sharon, Mass. ; died 
Sept. 17, 1785, at Foxboro', Mass.; married Oct. 22, 1755, at 



Fifth Generation. 57 



Wrentham, Mass., Kezia Ware, daughter of Nathaniel and Pris- 
cilla (Grant) Ware, born Mar. 14, 1735-6, at Wrentham; died 
Apr. 4, 1824, at Foxboro'. He lived in that part of Wrentham 
which became Foxboro'. He was commissioned Apr. 21, 1776, 
1st Lieut, in Capt. Samuel Fisher's company, Col. Ephraim 
Wheelock's (4th Suffolk co.) regiment. His will, dated Apr. 30, 
1781, proved Oct. 4, 1785, names wife Keziah; daughters Keziah, 
Betty, Tryphena, and Peggy; sons Joseph, Richard, and George. 
Children, born at Wrentham and Foxboro' : 

i. Keziah, 6 b. Oct. 4, 1757 ; d. Jan. 28, 1847, unm. 
ii. Betsey, b. July 18, 1760; d. Oct. 25, 1787; m. June 11, 
1786, Capt. Alexander Foster, of Attleboro', Mass., son 
of Alexander and Esther (Pratt) Foster, b. May 25, 
1762 ; d. Feb. 23, 1808, at Fitzwilliam, N. H. 
hi. Tryphena, b. Aug. 26, 1764 ; d. May 8, 1857, at Attleboro' ; 
m. June 30, 1785, at Walpole, Jacob Balcom, b. May 31, 
1763; d. Apr. 29, 1839. 
Joseph, b. Oct. 3, 1766. 

Richard, b. , 1771. 

Peggy, b. Apr. 30, 1774; d. Oct. 29, 1859, at Attleboro'; 
m. Nov. 29, 1798, at Foxboro', Samuel Holbrook Everett, 
son of Aaron and Abigail (Holbrook) Everett, 
vii. George, b. June 2, 1780; d. Nov. 2, 1781. 



37 

Jesse 5 Everett (Joseph,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 2 ), born Aug. 
29, 1738, at Stoughton, now Sharon, Mass. ; died Oct. 20, 1802, 
at Framingham, Mass. ; married 1st, Mar. 7, 1759, at Wrentham, 
Mass., Sarah Hews, who died there, Dec. 12, 1770, in her 30th 
year; married 2d, Oct. 20, 1771, at Bristol, R. I., Elizabeth Salis- 
bury, daughter of Benjamin Salisbury. She died at Wrentham, 
Dec. 29, 1819. 

He lived in Wrentham and Framingham, and received lands, in 
Walpole, on the division of his father's estate. He served as 
sergeant in the Revolution. His will, dated Oct. 9, 1802, proved 
Nov. 2, 1802, names wife Elizabeth; grandchildren Elias and 
Maria Hawes, children of George Hawes and Nancy his wife; 
son Jesse ; grandson George Norton ; granddaughters Sally and 



96. 


IV. 


97. 


v. 




VI. 



58 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Eunice Everett, daughters of Jesse ; sons Benjamin and James, 
deceased. 

Children, born at Wrentham : 

i. Sarah, 6 b. Oct. 29, 1760; m. June 3, 1783, Dr. Jenks 

Norton, d. May 1, 1796, in his 37th year, 
ii. James, b. Mar. 17, 1763 ; d. Oct. 9, 1777. 
in. Otis, b. Mar. 10, 1765 ; d. Nov. 7, 1767. 
98. iv. Jesse, b. Aug. 18, 1767. 

v. Cyntha, b. Sept. 9, 1770; d. Nov. 5, 1770. 

Children of second wife : 

vi. Benjamin, b. Aug. 9, 1773; d. Aug. 9, 1801, unm. 
vii. Nancy, b. Aug. 9, 1773; d. July 6, 1801; m. Oct. 27, 
1796, Col. George Hawes, of Wrentham, son of Benja- 
min and Olive Hawes, who d. May 9, 1847, aged 85. 

viii. Polly, b. , 1775; d. Oct. 12, 1777. 

ix. James, b. , 1780 ; d. Mar. 28, 1800, unm. 



38 

Edward 5 Everett (Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 
26, 1745, at Stoughton, now Sharon, Mass. ; died at Sharon, 1806 ; 
married 1st, Nov. 21, 1771, Mary Capen, daughter of Elijah and 
Elizabeth (Bird) Capen; baptized Mar. 8, 1747, at Stoughton; 
died Apr. 24, 1781, at Sharon. She was admitted to the church 
June 14, 1778. He married 2d, May 8, 1782, Hannah Leonard, of 
Mansfield, who died Nov. 30, 1823, aged 70. She was admitted 
to the church, at Sharon, Mar. 2, 1794, and married second, Nov. 
22, 1808, John Smith, of Sharon, known as " Baptist John," having 
been the first Baptist in town. He died May 26, 1825, aged 90. 

Children, born in Sharon : 

i. James, 6 b. Aug. 9, 1778; d. Nov. 11, 1815; m. Phebe 

Thayer, of Mansfield, d. Feb. 27, 1822. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 7, 1781 ; d. Jan. — , 1782. 
iii. Mary, b. Apr. 7, 1781 ; d. unm. 

Children of second wife : 

iv. Hannah, b. Aug. — , 1785; pub. Mar. 24, 1805, to Elijah 
Bardens, Jr., of Walpole. 
99. v. Leonard, b. Sept. 26, 1787. 



Fifth Generation. 59 



vi. Abigail, b. Aug. — , 1789; d. Apr. 15, 1831; m. Apr. 11, 

1819, Joseph Bicknell, of Sharon, 
vii. Betsey, b. Feb. — , 1792 ; d. July 26, 1817. 

39 

Dea. Oliver Everett 5 (Joseph^ John? John, 2 Richard *), born 
Apr. 11, 1750, at Stoughton, now Sharon, Mass. ; died July 28, 
1827, at Sharon; married Nov. 15, 1773, at Sharon, Susannah 
Capen, daughter of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Leeds) Capen, born 
Sept. 18, 1751, at Stoughton; died Sept. 10, 1812, at Sharon. 

He and his wife were admitted to the church at Sharon, then 
called Stoughtonham, Dec. 11, 1774. In 1776, he was elected 
town warden, and in 1779, tythingman. He was deacon of the 
church, and in 1798, a member of the committee to provide 
preaching. He served in the Revolution, as private in Capt. Ed- 
ward B. Savell's company, Col. Gill's regiment. 

Children, recorded at Sharon : 

i. Hannah, 6 b. Aug. 11, 1774; d. Dec. 4, 1848; in. Nov. 6, 
1794, Benjamin Ravnolds, of Sharon, who died Sept. 15, 
1840, aged 72. 

100. ii. Oliver, b. Aug. 19, 1776. 

101. iii. Otis, b. Oct. 17, 1778. 

102. iv. Moses, b. Dec. 26, 1780. 

103. v. Aaron, b. Jan. 2, 1783. 

vi. Susanna, b. Feb. 23, 1785 ; d. Apr. 16, 1858 ; m. Apr. 18, 
1813, at Sharon, Nathaniel Kimball, son of Daniel and 
Elizabeth (Tenney) Kimball, b. Apr. 28, 1780 ; d. Jan. 
12, 1869. They removed to Goffstown, N. H. 

vii. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 9, 1788 ; d. Jan. 2, 1861, at Boston; m. 
1st, May 9, 1809, Ebenezer Tisdale, b. Aug. 14, 1784; 
d. Aug. "31, 1811 ; m. 2d, Apr. 16, 1818, Samuel Tolman, 
Jr., b. May 17, 1787. 

viii. Joseph, b. Sept. 14, 1790; d. May 18, 1794. 

40 
Capt. Ebenezer 5 Everett (Ebenezer* John? John? RichanJ 1 ), 
born Oct. 7, 1734, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Oct. 1, 1808, at Brad- 
ford, Mass. ; married 1st, Dec. 16, 1756, at Dedham, Abigail 
Bacon, daughter of William and Abigail (Dean) Bacon, born July 
24, 1738, at Dedham ; died there, June 12, 1789. He married 2d, 



60 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Mar. 22, 1791, at Dedharn, Abigail (Fisher) Kingsbury, daughter 
of Eleazer and Mary (Penninian) Fisher, born Mar. 8, 1736-7 ; 
died June 14, 1809; married first (int.), Sept. 30, 1757, Jeremiah 
Kingsbury, Jr., who died June 3, 1788, aged 57. 

Ebenezer Everett lived in Dedham, where he and his first wife 
Abigail were received into the Second Church, Mar. 2, 1760. He 
was elected deacon, July 30, 1778, and was town treasurer, in 
1789. He served in the French and Indian War, and also in the 
Revolution. He was appointed captain of the 7th company, Col. 
William Mcintosh's (1st Suffolk co.) regiment, May, 1776 ; re- 
signed on account of ill health, in 1780. 

His will, dated Nov. 25, 1805, proved Nov. 1, 1808, mentioned 
wife Abigail ; daughters Abigail Guild and Chloe Everett ; son 
Ebenezer and grandson Moses Everett. His brother Aaron, of 
Foxboro', named as executor. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Daughter, 6 b. Mar., 1759; d. Apr. 4, 1759. 
ii. Abigail, b. Aug. 8, 1760; d. Aug. 11, 1822; m. Sept. 18, 
1788, at Dedham, Moses Guild, son of Moses and Rhoda 
(Mann) Guild, b. July 20, 1756; d. Nov. 9, 1829. 
iii. Ebenezer, bapt. Apr. 3, 1763; d. Apr. 15, 1765. 
104. iv. Ebenezer, b. May 12, 1766. 

v. Chloe, bapt. May 6, 1781 ; d. Jan. 7, 1820 ; in. as 2d wife, 
Nov. 21, 1805, Joel Andrews, son of Daniel and Hannah 
Andrews, b. May 27, 1777; d. Jan. 24, 1820. 

41 
John 5 Everett (JEbenezer,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 
23, 1736, at Methuen, Mass. ; died Mar. 25, 1799, at Foxboro', 
Mass. ; married 1st, Mar. 5, 1761, Abigail Nicholson, daughter of 
John and Mary Nicholson, of Wrentham, Mass., born Sept. 25, 
1738 ; died Dec. 15, 1775, at Wrentham. He married 2d, Apr. 
25, 1776, Melatiah (Metcalf) Ware, daughter of Samuel and 
Judith (George) Metcalf, of Wrentham, born Oct. 16, 1736 ; died 
July 28, 1821, at Foxboro'. She married, first, Jonathan Ware, 
born Apr. 16, 1734, at Wrentham ; died Mar. 8, 1774, at Mans- 
field. She married, third, Feb. 25, 1802, John Whiting, of Wren- 
tham, who died 1811. She had six sons and two daughters by 



Fifth Generation. 61 



her first husband, all under age when she married John Everett, 
a widower, with three young children, and by her second marriage 
she had three more. As if these were not enough, she adopted 
two other children. She was a woman of much personal attract- 
iveness, and of unusual strength of character, who brought up 
her numerous family with rare courage and ability, educating four 
of her sons at college. 

John Everett was a blacksmith, and settled in that part of 
Wrentham which was set off as Foxboro' in 1778. He lived in 
the western part of Foxboro', near the Wrentham line, in a large 
house sheltered by two fine old trees, an elm and a whitewood, 
and, on a limb of the latter, he hung a tavern sign. He was a 
selectman seven years, 1778, '79, '88, '92, '93, '98, '99 ; represen- 
tative to the General Court, 1779, '80, '81, '84, '85, '92 ; was a 
member of the Convention for framing the State Constitution, in 
1780 ; and a volunteer in the forces which marched to Springfield 
to suppress Shays' rebellion, in 1787. Administration on his 
estate was granted to his son, Melatiah, Apr. 2, 1799. 

Children, recorded at Wrentham and Foxboro' : 

i. John Nicholson, 6 b. Mar. 6, 1762; d. Nov. 6, 1783, unm. 

He served in the Revolution. 
ii. Cyrus, b. Feb. 28, 1767 ; d. Dec. 20, 1794, in New York, 

unm. 
iii. Abigail, b. Aug. 28, 1773; d. May 11, 1831. She was a 

member of the New Jerusalem Church, in Boston. 

Children of second wife : 

105. iv. Melatiah, b. June 24, 1777. 

106. v. Metcalf, b. June 24, 1777. 

107. vi. Horace, b. July 18, 1779. 

42 
Sergt. Asa 5 Everett (Ebenezer, 4 - John, 3 John? Richard 1 ), born 
Aug. 30, 1739, at Methuen, Mass. ; died Jan. 4, 1827, at Dedham : 
married Apr. 21, 1785, at Dedham, Eleanor Fuller, daughter of 
Seth and Sarah Fuller, born May 1, 1754, at Dedham ; died Oct. 
3, 1824. They lived in the third parish of Dedham, commonly 
known as the Clapboardtree district, and their four children lived 



62 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

and died on the old homestead. He served in Capt. William 
Bullard's company, Col. Heath's regiment, Apr. 19, 1775. 
Children, born at Dedham: 

i. Joel, 6 b. , 1787 ; d. Sept. 8, 1856, unm. 

ii. Eleanor, b. , 1788 ; d. Dec. 22, 1863, unm. 

iii. Irene F., b. ; d. Jan. 20, 1893; taught school in the 

Clapboardtree district, in 1821-22; m. Dec. 16, 1832, 
Joel Ellis, son of Joel and Azubah Ellis, b. Sept. 14, 
1788, at Dedham; d. Feb. 26, 1852. 
iv. Seth, b. Jan. 13, 1792; d. Feb. 26, 1870, unm. 

43 

Sergt. Andrew 5 Everett (Ebenezer,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born June 3, 1741, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Feb. 12, 1813, at 
Peru, Mass. ; married 1st, Jan. 6, 1763, at Wrentham, Mass., Mary 
Smith, daughter of Dea. John and Elizabeth (Woodcock) Smith, 
born Oct. 29, 1743, at Wrentham ; died May 8, 1802 ; married 2d, 
Mrs. Merriam, of Dalton. 

He was a tanner by trade, and resided in Dedham until 1795, 
when he removed to Partridge field, now Peru, Mass. He and his 
wife Mary were received into full communion by the Second 
Church of Dedham, Jan. 12, 1766, and dismissed, Sept. 22, 1799, 
to the Congregational Church of Partridgefield, where he was 
deacon during the last years of his life. He served in the French 
and Indian War, and was a sergeant in the Revolution. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Mary, 6 b. Jan. 28, 1765 ; d. June 8, 1815 ; m. Nov. 2, 1786, 
William Seaver, of Middleboro'. Children : 1. James 
E? : 2. William : 3. Joseph Warren : 4. Lyman II. : 
5. Mary : 6. Maria : 7. Marina : 8. Horace. 

108. ii. Linus, b. June 28, 1767. 

109. iii. James, b. Oct. 16, 1771. 

110. iv. Jason, b. July 16, 1774. 

111. v. Andrew, b. May 7, 1777. 

112. vi. Oliver, b. May 27, 1782. 

44 
Phlnehas 5 Everett (JEbenezer,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), bom 
Sept. 1, 1745, at Dedham, Mass. ; died May 27, 1813, at Mont- 
ville, Me. ; married June 6, 1770, Mary Clap, daughter of Seth 



Fifth Generation. 63 



and Mary (Billiard) Clap, of Walpole, born Jan. 28, 1742 ; died 
Apr. — , 1833. He removed to Rutland, Mass., and, about 1805, 
to Montville, Me. He died suddenly in his chair after supper. 
Children : 

i. Mary, 6 b. Sept. 30, 1772; d. Apr. 12, 1853, in Stockport, 
O. ; m. Aug. 5, 1794, Jotham Keyes, son of Cyprian 
Keyes. Children: 1. Tyler 1 : 2. Amory: 3. Phinehas : 
4. Mary. 5. Horace: 6. David: 7. Jotham: 8. Cyn- 
thia. 

113. ii. Phinehas, b. Apr. 22, 1776. 

iii. Betsey, b. Sept. 20, 1779 ; d. Jan. 27, 1870, at Cunimington, 
Mass.; m. Feb. 7, 1803, her cousin, Andrew 6 Everett, 
son of Andrew and Mary (Smith) Everett. 

114. iv. Ebenezer, b. Feb. 23, 1782. 

v. Cynthia, b. Mar. 4, 1785 ; d. Apr. 15, 1847, at South Thora- 
aston, Me.; m. 1st, June 15, 1815, John Ranlett, of 
Montville; m. 2d, 1838, Capt. Joseph Watts, of St. 
George, Me. Children : 1. Charles E. Ranlett; b. 1816 : 
2. Rozina Ranlett, h. 1818: 3. John Watts. 

vi. Sarah, b. Mar. 15, 1787; d. about 1855, at Montville; in. 
1st, Bean ; m. 2d, Moses Bean. Children : 1. Har- 
riet" : 2. Mary: 3. Sarah: 4. Moses: 5. Hannah: 6. 
Seth. 

45 

Sergt. Aaron 5 Everett (Ubenezer, 4 John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
bom June 5, 1748, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died Apr. 17, 1824, at 
Foxboro' ; married 1st, Apr. 25, 1771, Abigail Holbrook, who died 
May 6, 1785, at Foxboro' ; married 2d, Nov. 13, 1785, Chloe 
Holbrook, who died Feb. 10, 1790, at Foxboro' ; married 3d, Nov. 
17, 1791, at Wrentham, Mass., Eunice Guild, daughter of Ben- 
jamin and Abigail (Graves) Guild, born Mar. 5, 1763 ; died Mar. 
8, 1830, at Foxboro'. 

He was a carpenter, and deacon of the church at Foxboro', 
where he owned pew 32 in the old meeting house; he was select- 
man, 1781-85 ; town clerk, 1789-1800, and justice of the peace. 
He owned a surveyor's compass, which he used when a young man. 
and which descended to his nephew, Melatiah, and from him to 
his nephew, Col. John M. Everett. For several years he lived in 
Mendon. He served as sergeant in the Revolution. His will. 



64 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

dated Dec. 2, 1820, proved May 18, 1824, mentions wife Eunice 
Everett ; sons Marcus, Samuel Holbrook, and Daniel ; daughters 
Joanna Pettee, wife of Joseph Pettee, and Eunice Guild; grand- 
sons Joshua and Everett Stetson. 

Children, i-iv born in Mendon, v-ix in Foxboro' : 

115. i. Marcus, 6 b. Feb. 29, 1772. 

116. ii. Samuel Holbrook, b. Oct. 5, 1773. 

iii. Abigail, b. Sept. 28, 1775 ; d. May 28, 1807, at Walpole, 
Mass. ; m. (int.) Sept. 29, 1798, Joshua Stetson, of Wal- 
pole. 

iv. Joanna, b. Nov. 30, 1777 ; d. July 25, 1845, at Salisbury, 

Conn. ; m. Joseph Pettee. 
v. Aaron, b. July 31, 1781; d. Jan. 24, 1807. He was a 
physician. 

117. vi. Daniel, b. June 1, 1783. 

Children of second wife : 

vii. Chloe, b. June 1, 1787 ; d. Aug. 8, 1811 ; m. W. Black, 
viii. Tyler, b. Jan. 14, 1790; d. May 6, 1790. 

Child of third wife : 

ix. Eunice Guild, b. Nov. 2, 1792; d. Feb. 9, 1877, unm. She 
is said to have made the first straw bonnet in Foxboro'. 
Her will, dated Dec. 23, 1873, proved Mar. 15, 1876, 
mentions the Church of the New Jerusalem, Bowdoin 
St., Boston ; nephews and nieces and other relatives. 



46 

Rev. and Judge Moses 5 Everett QRbenezer? John? John? 
Richard 1 ^), born July 15, 1750, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Mar. 25, 
1813, at Dorchester, Mass. ; married 1st, Nov. 24, 1774, at Ded- 
ham, Lucy Balch, daughter of Rev. Thomas and Mary (Sumner) 
Balch, born Jan. 10, 1748-9, at Dedham; died Mar. 13, 1778. 
He married 2d, Oct. 2, 1778, at Dorchester, Joanna Bird, daughter 
of Jonathan and Ruth (Robinson) Bird, who died May 28, 1783, 
in her 24th year. He married 3d, Dec. 28, 1784, Mrs. Hannah 
(Clapp) Gardner, daughter of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Hall) 
Clapp, born Mar. 19, 1759; died Oct. 22, 1819, and widow of 
Henry Gardner, of Stowe, Treasurer of the Province of Massa- 
chusetts. 



Fifth Generation. 65 



Moses Everett was graduated at Harvard College, 1771 ; ad- 
mitted to the Second Church of Dedham, Sept. 6, 1772 ; trans- 
ferred to the First Church of Dorchester, over which he was 
ordained as its ninth minister, Sept. 28, 1774 ; resigned on account 
of ill-health, Jan. 14, 1793. In 1808, he was appointed Judge 
of the Court of Common Pleas for Norfolk co. His will, dated 
Sept. 15, 1812, proved Apr. 6, 1813, mentions wife Hannah; sons 
Moses, to whom he gave all his lands in Ohio ; Francis, George, 
Charles, Thomas, Stevens, James, and Ebenezer ; unmarried 
daughters Hannah and Elizabeth ; grandchild Joanna Harriet 
Gardner, daughter of Henry Gardner. 

Children, recorded at Dorchester: 

i. Moses, 6 b. Nov. 25, 1775; d. about 1813, at Gallipolis, 
Ohio; H. C, 1796; taught school at Dorchester, and at 
Gallipolis during the early settlement of that town. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. James, b. Aug. 9, 1779; d. Jan. 10, 1781. 
hi. Johanna Bird, b. Dec. 7, 1780; d. Jan. 31, 1807; m. June 

9, 1803, Dr. Henry Gardner [H. C, 1798], of Roxburv; 

d. 1858. 

118. iv. James, b. Oct. 13, 1782. 

Children of third wife : 

119. v. Charles, b. Oct. 25, 1785. 

vi. Elizabeth, b. July 2, 1787 ; d. July 17, 1787. 

120. vii. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 15, 1788. 

121. viii. Thomas, b. Feb. 2, 1791. 

ix. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 1, 1793; d. Feb. 3, 1826, unm. 

122. x. Francis, b. Nov. 25, 1795. 

123. xi. Stevens, b. Dec. 14, 1797. 

xii. Hannah, b. Oct. 7, 1800; d. Feb. 26, 1881; m. Apr. 10, 
1828, Dr. Henry Bartlett [H. C, 1820], of Roxburv; 
d. 1872. 

xiii. George, b. Mar. 1, 1804; d. Oct. 24, 1830, unm. 

47 
Rev. (afterwards Judge) Oliver 5 Everett {Ebenezer , 4 John, 5 
John, 2 Bichard 1 ), was born June 11, 1752, in the Second or South 
Parish, of Dedham, Mass., now Norwood ; died Dec. 19, 1802, at 
Dedham; married Nov. 6, 1787, by Rev. John Eliot, Lucy Hill, 
daughter of Alexander Sears and Mary (Ritchie) Hill, of Boston 



66 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

and Philadelphia, born Jan. 12, 1768, at Philadelphia; died May 
4, 1824, at Dedham. 

Oliver Everett was apprenticed to his older brother, Aaron, to 
learn the cooper's trade ; but as soon as he became of age he 
determined, if possible, to get a college education. He succeeded 
in this effort, entering Harvard College in 1775. The college 
buildings were then in the occupation of the revolutionary army, 
and the pupils transferred to Concord. Mr. Everett was gradu- 
ated here in 1779, but there was no public commencement. 
Among his classmates were Hon. William Gordon, of Amherst, 
N. H., a member of Congress, in 1797-1800, and Hon. Nathaniel 
Appleton Haven, M. D., of Portsmouth, N. H., member of Con- 
gress, in 1808-10. He was admitted to the Second Church, of 
Dedham, Apr. 23, 1780, and pursued the study of Divinity under 
his brother Moses, and on the 4th of Oct., 1781, received an invi- 
tation to settle at the New South Church, on Church Green, at 
the fork of Summer and Bedford Streets, Boston. His residence 
at this time was at the foot of Summer Street, a site afterwards 
occupied by a mariner's chapel. Mr. Everett was considered as 
belonging to the liberal wing of the Congregational body, and a 
great personal regard existed between him and Dr. Freeman, of 
King's Chapel. His preaching was esteemed as serious and practi- 
cal, unadorned in matter and unimpassioned in manner. After a 
successful ministry of ten years, his health, which had never been 
robust, compelled his resignation, and he was dismissed May 26, 
1792. He retired to an interesting Colonial house at "Five Cor- 
ners," in Dorchester, lately destroyed to make way for the new 
boulevard. It had been built, about 1770, by a Royalist, Col. 
Robert Oliver. 

Mr. Everett resided here in rural retirement, broken only by 
one or two visits to Philadelphia, and to Saratoga Springs, then 
recently discovered. On the 22d of Feb., 1800, he delivered, in 
the meeting house in Dorchester, one of the first orations in mem- 
ory of General Washington, for whom he entertained the most 
affectionate reverence, having seen him at Cambridge, in 1775, 
and having been introduced to him at Philadelphia, in 1791 ; and 



Fifth Generation. 67 



although in extremely feeble health, he felt it his duty to perform 
this memorial service. The meeting house was of course hung with 
black, and it is recorded that, when the hangings were taken down, 
the orator was " complimented with a suit of clothes from them." 

Mr. Everett was appointed a judge of the Court of Common 
Pleas in 1799, and in 1802 was nominated for Congress in the 
interest of the Federal party, being a supporter of the policy of 
President Adams. The Federalists, however, were unpopular in 
Norfolk county, and Mr. Everett was defeated by a large majority. 
He did not long survive the election, being struck with paralysis, 
from winch he died. 

Mr. Everett was a member of the American Academy of Arts 
and Sciences, and the intimate friend and correspondent of some 
of the most conspicuous and estimable characters of his day, 
among whom may be named his fellow-townsmen, Hon. Fisher 
Ames, and Rev. Manasseh Cutler. He was a great lover of 
books, as far as the limited resources of the time allowed, and 
is spoken of, in Allen's Biographical Dictionary, as a man of 
great intellectual force. 

Children, born at Boston and Dorchester : 

124. i. Oliver, 6 b. May 15, 1788. 

125. ii. Alexander Hill, b. Mar. 19, 1790. 

hi. Lucy, b. Oct. 17, 1791; m. Aug. 22, 1812, at Dorchester. 
Francis S. Durivage. 

126. iv. Edward, b. Apr. 11, 1794. 

127. v. Sarah Preston, b. Sept. 5, 1796. 

128. vi. Thomas Huse, b. Feb. 6, 1799. 

vii. John, b. Feb. 22, 1801; d. Feb. 12, 1826, num.; was 
graduated at Harvard College, 1818; became a tutor 
in Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky. ; returned 
to Mass. and entered Harvard Law School, while he 
studied under Daniel Webster. Before completing his 
legal studies he visited Europe, and for a time was 
connected with the American legation at the Hague, 
where his brother Alexander was charge d'affaires. He 
was a leader among young men in politics, of consider- 
able practical ability, and his early death cut short a 
career that promised unusual brilliancy. 

viii. Enoch Huse, b. July 27, 1803; d. — — , 1826, at Salem, 
N. H., unm. 



68 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

48 

Nathaniel 5 Eveeett (Eleazer? John, 3 John, 2 Richard 2 ), born 
July 19, 1747, at Dedhain, Mass.; died Oct. 14, 1802; married 
May 9, 1775, at Stoughton, Mass., Rhoda Smith, daughter of 
Joseph and Experience Smith, born May 19, 1755, at Stoughton ; 
died Oct. 8, 1836, at Northampton, Mass. 

Apr. 19, 1775, on the Lexington Alarm, he served as private, 
in the 8th company, Capt. Peter Talbot, from Stoughton. March 
12, 1793, as of Dedhain, he bought for £150, 150 acres in town 
of Norwich, now Huntington, Hampshire co., Mass., and the 
following year, 1794, sold them to his brother-in-law, Eliphalet 
Fales, of Dedhain, who, in 1797, sold them to Nathaniel Everett, 
Jr. In 1801, the father, Nathaniel Everett, bought back from 
his son 100 acres, out of which he sold 50 acres. In 1805, Oliver 
Everett, administrator of the estate of Nathaniel Everett, sold the 
remaining 50 acres, subject to the widow's dower. The widow, 
Rhoda, the same year, sold her right of dower. 

Children : 

i. Nathaniel, 6 b. Jan. 81, 1776; d. Feb. 6, 1776. 

ii. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 21, 1777 ; m. 1st, Dec. 25, 1800, Eliza 
Jones Rupp, d. Apr. 21, 1818, aged 37, buried in tomb 
66, on Boston Common; m. 2d, June 16, 1818, Eliza- 
beth Hodgkins, d. Nov. 6, 1826, aged 39, buried in tomb 
8, South Boston. He was called of Norwich, 1799, and 
of Boston, 1801-1831. 

hi. David, b. Oct, 29, 1778 ; d. Jan., 1804, at Grand Isle, Vt. 

iv. Chloe, b. June 25, 1780 ; d. Oct. 3, 1801. 

v. Oliver, b. Mar. 27, 1782; was a farmer and lived at Nor- 
wich; said to have been a lieutenant in the War of 
1812, to have drawn land and settled at Sackett's Har- 
bor, N. Y. 

vi. Jesse, b. Apr. 19, 1784; was a farmer and lived at Nor- 
wich, until 1805, when he removed to Wheeler or 
Prattsburg, Steuben co., N. Y. 
129. vii. Melatiah, b. Apr. 26, 1786. 

viii. Rhoda, b. May 19, 1789 ; d. at Heart Prairie, Wis. ; m. 
Sept. 9, 1814, at Northampton, Benoni Bartlett, d. Feb. 
2, 1834, aged 49. 

ix. Abigail, b. Nov. 14, 1791; d. at Northampton; m. Mar. 
10, 1811, at Northampton, Zenas Joy, b. at Plaintield, 
Mass. ; d. Apr. 19, 1872, aged 82, at Northampton. 



Fifth Generation. 69 



x. Eleazer, b. Aug. 17, 1794; d. Sept. 15, 1794 
xi. Experience, b. Feb. 3, 1798; m. 1st, May 30, 1816, at 

Northampton, Jared Wright; m. 2d, Rude; is said 

to have removed to Norwich, Conn. 

49 

Capt. Abel 5 Everett (JEleazer? John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born 
Feb. 18, 1757, at Dedhani, Mass.; died there Apr. 2, 1813; 
married 1st, Sept. 1, 1779, at Stoughton, Mass., Mary Smith, 
daughter of Joseph and Experience Smith, born June 23, 1760, at 
Stoughton; died Mar. 17, 1801, at Dedhani. He married 2d, 
July 21, 1801, Abigail Guild, daughter of John and Thankful 
(Harrington) Guild, born Jan. 27, 1765, at Stoughton; married 
second, Daniel Fuller; died Dec. 20, 1842, at Dedhani. 

He was a farmer and lived at Dedhani, where he and his wife 
Mary were admitted to the Second Church, Oct. 22, 1780, and his 
second wife, Abigail, Jan. 3, 1808. William Phipps, a neighbor, 
was appointed administrator of his estate, Apr. 6, 1813. He re- 
turned an inventory, showing real estate amounting to $6,134, and 
personal estate, $1,027. The widow's dower was set off Jan. 4, 
1814, the personal estate divided among nine children, and the 
real estate sold. 

The will of the widow, Abigail Everett, dated Sept. 2, 1840, 
proved Feb. 7, 1843, names son Abel Everett, of Stoughton ; son 
Horace Everett, of Wendell, N. H. ; daughters Hannah Bishop, 
Hitty Ellis, Mary Arnold, Lucy Littlefield, Julia Bowker ; grand- 
daughter Vina Dorcas Lelancl Hooper, child of daughter Vina 
Hooper. 

Children, recorded at Dedhani : 

i. Hannah, 6 b. July 6, 1780; d. Apr. 15, 1868; m. 1st, Feb. 
18, 1811, at Dedham, Ebenezer Jackson, of Eaton, N. II.; 
m. 2d, Apr. 16, 1818, at Dedham, Mr. Samuel Fairbanks, 
b. Apr. 15, 1757; d. Dec. 28, 1832; m. 3d, July 11, 
1833, at Dedham, Capt. Benjamin Bishop, of Sharon, 
son of Simeon Bishop, b. at Attleboro', Mass.; d. Nov. 
29, 1852, aged 84, at Dedham. 

ii. Molly, bapt. Nov. 17, 1781 ; d. Nov. 24, 1781. 

hi. Abel, bapt. May 18, 1783; d. July 24, 1783. 

iv. Hitty, b. Mar. 13, 1785; m. Joel Ellis. 



70 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

v. Mary, b. Feb. 13, 1787; m. Arnold, of Cumber- 
land, R. I. 

vi. Lucy, bapt. June 21, 1789; d. Feb. 20, 1791. 

vii. Lucy, b. July 29, 1791 ; m. June 3, 1811, at Dedham, 

David Littlefield, of Hopkinton, Mass. 
viii. Lavina, b. Jan. 20, 1794; d. June 3, 1825; m. William 
Hooper, b. 1794; d. Sept. 3, 1828; a missionary to the 
Choctaws. 

ix. Julia, bapt. Sept, 11, 1796; m. Ira Bowker, of Milford, 
Mass. 

Children of second wife : 

130. x. Abel, b. Apr. 12, 1802. 

131. xi. Horace, bapt. Oct. 2, 1803. 

xii. Cyrus, bapt. Oct. 13, 1805; d. Dec. 6, 1820. 

50 

Eleazee 5 Everett (Eleazer* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born 
Apr. 25, 1761, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Dec. 22, 1828, at Frances- 
town, N. H. ; married Nov. 20, 1783, at Dedham, Lucy Battle, 
daughter of Col. Ebenezer and Prudence Battle, born Dec. 10, 
1764, at Dedham; died Dec. 10, 1857, at Francestown. She was 
admitted to First Church of Dedham, Nov. 2, 1783, and dismissed 
to the church at Francestown, Nov. 21, 1790. He lived at Ded- 
ham until 1786, when he moved to Francestown. 

Children, i born at Dedham, ii-xii at Francestown : 

132. i. Willard, 6 b. Apr. 8, 1785. 

ii. Nancy, b. Jan. 4, 1787 ; d. Sept. 23, 1876, at Metamora, 
111.; m. Nov. 3, 1820, Amos Sleeper, son of Nathaniel 
and Betsey (Clough) Sleeper, b. Nov. 21, 1785, at 
Francestown; d. Sept. 13, 1861, at Wauwatosa, Wis. 

133. iii. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 31, 1789. 

iv. Lucy, b. June 14, 1792; d. Oct. 30, 1793. 
v. Betsey, b. Aug. 25, 1794; d. Mar. 21, 1799. 
vi. Lewis, b. June 15, 1796; d. Sept. 7, 1799. 
vii. Sarah, b. Mar. 26, 1798; d. Sept. 8, 1799. 
viii. Lewis, b. Jan. 26, 1800; d. May 8, 1840. 
ix. Sarah, b. Sept. 22, 1801 ; m. May 7, 1822, George Kings- 
bury, son of Joseph Kingsbury, b. Feb. 1, 1795, at 
Francestown ; d. there Oct. 14, 1869. 
x. Betsey, b. June 19, 1803; d. Oct. 18, 1877; m. Dec. 9, 
1827, Joseph Kingsbury, Jr., b. Dec. 29, 1802, at Fran- 
cestown; d. there Oct. 17, 1884. 



Fifth Generation. 71 



xi. Lucy, b. Mar. 31, 1806; d. Nov. 5, 1879, unm. 
xii. Mary, b. Apr. 7, 1808; d. July 26, 1856, at Hartford, 

Conn.; rn. Nov. 5, 1844, Rev. Alvah C. Page (A. C. 

1829), son of Phineas and Cynthia (Macomber) Page, b. 

Mar. 17, 1806, at Hawley, Mass.; d. Sept. 1, 1877, at 

Elgin, Ills. 

51 

Capt. Edward 5 Everett (Edward? John? John? Richard 1 }, 
born Dec. 9, 1739, at Dedham, Mass. ; died about 1815, at Peru, 

N. Y. ; married , 1762, at Milton, Mass., Ruth Field, of 

Milton, died at Peru, N. Y., between 1807 and 1815. 

They were both received into the Second Church of Dedham, 
Dec. 25, 1763, and after their removal to New York, are reported 
as being Quakers. He was a land surveyor, and about 1769 re- 
moved from Stoughton to Rumney, N. H. He was one of a com- 
mittee, in 1779, to settle the town lines of Rumney, and in 1785 
was a town assessor. In 1781-2, he removed to New Holderness, 
and represented that town in the Legislature of 1782. In 1786, 
he crossed Vermont and Lake Champlain to that part of Platts- 
burg, N. Y., which was set off, in 1793, as Peru, when he was 
elected the first supervisor of the town, and re-elected three times. 
His name appears, May 3, 1757, as private on the muster roll of 
Stephen Miller's company, in Col. Miller's regiment, of Stoughton. 
He was captain, from Rumney, N. H., in Col. Bedel's regiment of 
New Hampshire Rangers, in 1776, in the expedition to Canada ; was 
taken a prisoner, at the Cedars, May 19, 1776, and later released. 

Children : 

134. i. George, 6 b. Oct. 26, 1763. 
ii. Persis, b. Jan. 20, 1767. 

iii. Hannah, b. July 2, 1769; d. at Peru, N. Y. ; m. 1st, 
Robert Whitcomb, of Peru, d. about 1805; m. 2d, 
Eleazer Nichols. 

135. iv. Edward, b. . 

136. v. Robert, b. . 

vi. Susan, b. ; d. at Peru, N. Y. ; ra. Capt. David 

Cochran, of Peru. 

vii. Ruth, b. ; m. Elisha Green, of Peru. 

viii. Polly, b. ; d. at Peru ; m. John Stafford. 

137. ix. David Allen, b. May 23, 1786. 



72 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

52 

David 5 Everett (Edward? John, 2, Johyi? Richard 1 '), born 
Apr. 16, 1745, at Dedham, Mass. ; died June 26, 1775, while in 
the army; married Oct. 27, 1767, Susannah Rolfe, daughter 
of Stephen Rolfe (or Ralph), born Feb. 22, 1743, at Mendon, 
Mass. 

He lived at Princeton, Mass. He served as private in Capt. 
Jonathan Holman's company, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's regiment, 
engaged in the battle of Bunker Hill. His widow, Susannah, was 
appointed administratrix of his estate, Nov. 6, 1775. 

Children, born at Princeton, Mass. : 

i. Olivia, 6 b. July 22, 1768; d. at Dayton, Ohio; m. Benja- 
min Adams, son of Benjamin and Priscilla Adams, b. 
Sept. 9, 1763, at New Ipswich, N. H.; d. there in 1825. 

138. ii. David, b. Mar. 29, 1770. 
iii. Marah, b. Dec. 29, 1771. 

139. iv. Stephen, b. Feb. 2, 1774. 

140. v. John, b. Feb. 18, 1776. 

53 

William 5 Everett (William,' 1 William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Apr. 19, 1730, at Dedham, Mass.; died Oct. 4, 1793, 
at Dedhain ; married Aug. 30, 1750, at Dedham, Sarah Clap, 
daughter of Thomas and Hannah Clap, of Walpole, Mass., born 
Oct. 8, 1729; died Oct. 3, 1811. He and his wife owned the 
covenant in the Second Church, Nov. 12, 1752. They lived at 
South Dedham, now Norwood, and are buried in the South Parish 
cemetery. 

Children, born at South Dedham : 

i. Sybil, 6 b. Oct. 29, 1751 ; d. Dec. 16, 1765. 
ii. Sarah, b. Dec. 30, 1754; d. Apr. 16, 1838; m. Apr. 13, 
1781, at Dedham, Nathaniel Fisher, Jr., son of Nathaniel 
and Elizabeth (Clapp) Fisher, b. May 22, 1753 ; d. Aug. 
22, 1810. 
141. iii. William, b. May 5, 1757. 

iv. Hej:>zibeth, bapt. Feb. 13, 1763; m. July 3, 1783, at Ded- 
ham, Aaron Clark Fales, of Wrentham. 



Fifth Generation. 73 



v. Ichabod, bapt. July 13,1766; d. , 1851, at Billerica, 

Mass.; m. 1st, June 29, 1803, at Medfield, Mass., Lucy 
Morse, daughter of Eliakim and Abigail Morse, b. Jan. 
11, 1766; d. Sept. 6, 1805, at Boston; m. 2d, Feb. 20, 
1812, at Billerica, Martha Richardson, daughter of 
Stephen and Mary (Wilson) Richardson, b. Oct. 20, 
1780, at Billerica; d. there Nov. 6, 1848. He lived at 
Walpole, in 1802, and at Boston, 1806-1819. In the 
latter year he moved to Billerica, where he invested 
largely in real estate, and served as a selectman, 1826- 
1830. An administration on his estate was granted Oct. 
14, 1851, which was divided among his brothers and 
sisters and then* heirs. 

vi. Issachar, b. , 1768; d. Apr. 17, 1856, at Wrentham ; 

m. (int.) Dec. 29, 1798, Dolly Thayer, daughter of 

Noah and Dorothy (Hunt) Thayer, b. , 1770, at 

Randolph, Mass.; d. Apr. 28, 1870, at Wrentham, 
Mass. 



54 

Josiah 6 Everett (William* William? John? Richard 1 }, born 
Oct. 17, 1733, at Dedham, Mass.; died there, Dec. 4, 1814; mar- 
ried 1st, Oct. 14, 1756, at Dedham, Jane Alexander, daughter of 
William and Mary Alexander, baptized Oct. 30, 1743, at Ded- 
ham; died there about Dec, 1775. He married 2d, June 24, 
1779, at Dedham, Mrs. Sarah Billings, who died Mar. 14, 1814, 
He and his wife, Jane, owned' the covenant in the Second Church, 
Dedham, Jan. 28, 1759. He lived at South Dedham, now Nor- 
wood. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Josiah, 6 bapt. Jan. 28, 1759; d. Oct. 14, 1759. 
142. ii. Josiah, b. Mar. 18, 1760. 

iii. Lucy, b. Mar. 18, 1760; m. 1st, Oct. 7, 1779, at Dedham, 
Reuben Turner, of Walpole. They moved to Wiu- 
throp, Me., and in 1790, to Farmington, Me., where he 
die! in 1814. She m. 2d, July, 1820, at Farmington, 
Joseph Sanders. Their youngest daughter, Calista Tur- 
ner, m. Nov. 25, 1827, her cousin, Samuel F. 7 Everett, 
son of Josiah and Rebecca (Farrington) Everett. 

iv. Mary, b. June 23, 1763; d. at New Portland, Me., aged 
about 60, having lived unmarried with her brother, 
Josiah. 



74 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

v. Joanna, b. Jan. 21, 1767; d. Sept. 17, 1852; m. July 13, 
1788, at Walpole, Orion Day, son of Ichabod Day, of 

Sbaron, Vt., b. , 1762, at Wrentham, Mass.; served 

as private in Capt. Josiah Richards' company, Mass. 
Militia, on duty in R. I., Aug., 1779, and as private in 
Capt. Samuel Holden's company, Col. Ebenezer Thayer's 
Suffolk County regiment, July, 1780. His will was 
dated Sept. 19, 1835, and proved Nov. 4, 1835, at Wood- 
stock Dis., Windsor Co., Vt. 
vi. Alexander, b. Sept. 22, 1770. He followed the sea, and 
married, in advanced years, Miss Dollv Laben. 
143. vii. Francis, b. July 25, 1773. 

55 

Peter 5 Everett (Peter, 4 William, 3 John, 2 Richard 2 ), born 
April 5, 1747, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Nov. 25, 1804, at Roxbury, 
Mass. ; married Sept. 27, 1775, Lucy Whiting, died Sept. 20, 1788, 
aged 38 years, at Roxbury. 

He was a victualler, and appears, at one time, to have kept a 
half-way house in Roxbury, on the road from Boston to Dedham. 
In 1778, he bought from Nathaniel Whiting, for <£380, 41 acres 
of land, with house and shop, in Roxbury, on the road from Bos- 
ton to Dedham, which he sold in 1784 for =£400. Later, through 
some unknown misfortune, he became bankrupt, as Sept. 14, 
1789, the Supreme Judicial Court gave judgment against him for 
X50 4s. 10(1, and the deputy sheriff levied on all his goods, lands 
and chattels. His lands brought only £1 ; his household furni- 
ture, sold at public vendue, =€24 8s. lid!., and he was turned out 
into the cold with six small children to care for. He seems to 
have provided for them, for, on his death, his administrator found 
property valued at $512, but not enough to pay his debts. 

He served as private in the 3d company of Roxbury, Capt. 
Lemuel Child, in Col. Wm. Heath's regiment, on the Lexington 
alarm. He and his wife owned the covenant, July 14, 1776, in 
the First Parish Church, West Roxbury. He bought a pew in the 
church, Mar. 10, 1783, which was later taken by execution and 
sold. 

Children, born in Roxbury : 

i. Joseph, bapt. Aug. 11, 1776; d. before 1804. 



Fifth Generation. 75 



ii. Nathaniel, bapt. Aug. 23, 1778; d. Aug. 17, 1807; m. Apr. 
12, 1801, at West Roxbury, Sally Baker, who m. 2d, 
Mar. 19, 1809, Thomas Legallee. 
iii. Moses, bapt. Sept. 10, 1780; d. Jan. 14, 1798. 
iv. Sarah, bapt. Dec. 29, 1782 ; d. before 1804. 
v. Lucy, bapt. July 3, 1785 ; Benjamin Davis, of Roxbury, 

cordwainer, appointed her guardian, Feb. 4, 1806. 
vi. Paul, bapt. June 24, 1788 ; d. Sept. 20, 1790. 

56 

Israel 5 Everett (Israel* Israel, 3 John* Richard 1 ), born Jan- 
uary 14, 1740-1, at Windham, Conn. ; died , 1770, at Nor- 
wich, Conn. ; married , Lucy . 

Apr. 30, 1767, as of Lebanon, he bought land in Chelsea 
Society, Norwich, Conn., and May 18, 1767, sold to liis father, 
Israel Everet, one-half of above lot. May 6, 1769, as of Lebanon, 
he relinquished to his father his right to this land, on which his 
father had dug a cellar, with stone and brick walls, in order to 
build a dwelling. Sept. 21, 1770, his father, Israel Everett, of Nor- 
wich, and Amos Thomas, of Lebanon, were appointed administra- 
tors of his estate. 

Children : 

i. Molly Anna, 6 b. April 16, 1765. 
ii. Hannah, b. . 

57 

Daniel 5 Everett (Daniel,* Israel,* John? Richard 1 ), born May 
1, 1748, at Bethlehem Society, Woodbury, Conn.; died Jan. 20. 
1805, at New Milford, Conn. ; married Jan. 1, 1778, at New Mil- 
ford, Urania Taylor, daughter of Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, born July 
23, 1751, at New Milford; died there May 28, 1823. 

He read law with Judge Andrew Adams, of Litchfield, and 
removed to New Milford in 1772, being the second member of 
the bar in that town. In 1774, '76 and '78, he was on the town 
committee of correspondence, and in 1780, on the committee for 
inspection of provisions as per act of the Assembly. Kelt. 21. 
1776, he enlisted for one year in (apt. .John Stevens' company, 
Col. Burrall's regiment, to reinforce troops for Quebec under Gen. 



76 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Arnold, then stationed at Ticonderoga, and was discharged Sept. 
19 1776 He was a member of the General Assembly, Oct., 
1780 May, 1781, May and Oct., 1783; and delegate to the 
convention which ratified the Federal Constitution. He was 
appointed judge of probate, May, 1790, and the first postmaster 
in town, Jan. 1, 1795, both of which positions he held until Ins 
death. He was one of the original subscribers to the Union 
Library of New Milford, Feb. 18, 1796. In the Presbyterian 
meeting-house he was seated in second rank, his pew being m 
centre aisle, near the middle of the church. Yale College con- 
ferred the honorary degree of M. A. upon him in 1785. 
Children, born at New Milford : 

144. i. Hermon, 6 b. Sept. 23, 1778. 
ii. William, b. Nov. 11, 1780. 

hi. Daniel Taylor, b. Mar. 20, 1784; d Jan 17, 1819. 
iv. Tamar Urania, b. July 1, 1786 > ; d. Mar 14, 1812 

v. Nathaniel Shelton, b. Dec. 7, 1796; d. Nov. 27, 1799. 

58 

Abner 5 Everett (Daniel? Israel? John? Richard^ born May 
12 1760, at Bethlehem Society, Woodbury, Conn. ; died Nov. 25, 
1852, at Warren, Conn.; married Sept., 1786, at Woodbury, 
Jedidah Brownson, daughter of Israel Brownson, born Nov. 16, 
1764, in Woodbury; died Oct. 7, 1827, at Warren, being thrown 
from a wagon on Sunday on her way to church. 

In 1778 he served in Capt. Enos Hawley's company, Col. In- 
crease Moseley's regiment, and in Capt. Hinman's company ; in 
1779 in Capt. Hine's company, Col. Canfield's regiment, and was 
a Revolutionary pensioner. He lived at Bethlehem Society, 
Woodbury, until about 1795, when he moved to Warren, Conn., 
where he lived until his death. 

Children, i-iv born at Woodbury, v-viii at Warren: 

U5 ' t SK^ie?!^; d. Dee. 30, 1876; m. Oct., 1810, 
iii. Betee™'-^' 13, "92; A. Mai-. 21, 1848, at Warren, 



unm. 



Fifth Generation. 



iv. Abigail, b. Jan. 10, 1794; in. Nov. 12, 1812, Daniel Bee- 
man. 

146. v. Daniel Brownson, b. Feb. 29, 1796. 

147. vi. Abner, b. Apr. 15, 1798. 

148. vii. Abraham Brownson, b. June 8, 1802. 

viii. Thursa J., b. Feb. 25, 1807; d. June 6, 1878; m. Jan. 14, 
1830, Stephen Hine Strong. They lived at Brunswick, 
Medina County, Ohio. 



59 

Isaiah 5 Eveeitt (Ubenezer* Israel* John, 2 Richard 1 ), born 
Apr. 11, 1752, in Ellsworth Society, Sharon, Conn. ; died there 
Aug. 4, 1834 ; married 1st, May 2, 1773, Deborah Lord, daughter 
of Joseph and Esther (Chapman) Lord, born Mar. 31, 1755, at 
Sharon. He married 2d, Nov. 11, 1779, at Sharon, Elizabeth 
Chapman, daughter of Joshua and Mary (St. John) Chaffee, and 
widow of Asa Chapman, of New Concord, N. Y. She was born 
May 11, 1757, at Sharon; married 1st, Jan. 2, 1777; died Oct. 
27, 1844. Isaiah Everitt was a farmer, and held the rank of 
captain in the State militia. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

149. i. Martin, 6 b. Mar. 1775. 

ii. Sylve, b. , 1776; m. Jan. 8, 1792, Thomas Rexford, 

of Wallin<yford. 

150. iii. Adolphus, b. . 

Children of second wife : 

151. iv. Asa, b. Sept. 22, 1780. 

v. Deborah, b. Dec. 26, 1783; m. June 4, 1807, Charles Gil- 
lett. They settled at Watertown, N. Y. 

vi. Betsey, b. ; m. May 12, 1787; d. Sept. 2, 1861, at 

Great Barrington, Mass.; m. 1810, David Washington 

Beardsley, son of Joseph Beavdsley, b. , 1781, at 

Huntington, Conn. ; d. Mar. 8, 1854. 

152. vii. Roswell, b. Mav — , 1790. 

153. viii. Russell, b. Nov. 22, 1792. 

154. ix. Gamaliel, b. Nov. 12, 1794. 

x. Lavinia, b. Feb. — , 1796; d. Oct. 11, 1834; in. Sept. 18, 

L818, at Ellsworth, Joseph Lord, son of John and 

(St. John) Lord. 



78 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

xi. Ruth, b. Aug. 28, 1798; d. Aug. 3, 1851, at Bridgeport, 
Conn.; m. July 19, 1818, Alpha Carrier, of Ellsworth, 
son of John and Lervey (Daley) Carrier, b. Sept. 26, 
1796, at Torringford, Conn.; d. Apr. 3, 1847, at Bridge- 
port, where they had settled. 
155. xii. William, b. July 17, 1802. 



60 

Ebe 6 (Ebenezer) Everett {Ebenezer? Israel? John? Richard 1 }, 
born Jan. 17, 1754, at Sharon, Conn. ; died Jan. 5, 1840, at Sha- 
ron ; married May 24, 1779, at Sharon, Mabel Elmore, daughter 
of Col. Samuel and Mary (Pardee) Elmore, b. Jan. 14, 1756, at 
Sharon. 

He was a farmer and lived all his life in Ellsworth Society, 
Sharon. He enlisted as a private, April, 1775, in the 3d com- 
pany of the 4th Conn, regiment, Col. Hinman, raised in Litchfield 
County to serve in the Northern army under Gen. Montgomery, 
and was discharged Nov. 24, 1775. He re-enlisted, June 24, 
1776, in Capt. Mills' company, Bradley battalion, Wads worth 
brigade, and was discharged, Jan. 11, 1777. In 1832, his name 
was on the roll of Revolutionary pensioners in Litchfield County. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Samuel E., 6 b. Apr. 20, 1781 ; d. Oct. 6, 1870; m. Mar. 23, 
1840, Mrs. Hannah E. Chaffee, who d. Sept. — , 1886, 
aged 95. He was a farmer, and for fifty y%ax& a prac- 
tical land surveyor for Sharon and vicinity ; a select- 
man; a representative of his town in the General 
Assembly nine sessions between 1811 and 1832; a 
magistrate for forty years, and a member of the con- 
vention of 1818 that formulated the State Constitution. 
He had the title of major. 

156. ii. Augustus, b. May 17, 1783. 

hi. Ann, b. July 21, 1788; d. Mar. 25, 1858; m. Jan. 22, 
1826, Clark Pardee. 

iv. Elmore, b. Apr. 21, 1791; d. Apr. 21, 1860, unm. ; rep- 
resentative from Sharon in the General Assembly, 1837- 
1846 ; later, removed to Waverley, N. Y. 

157. v. John, b. June 11, 1793. 

vi. Mary, b. Apr. 16, 1796 ; d. Apr. 9, 1831, unm. 

158. vii. Hovey, b. Dec. 25, 1800. 



Fifth Generation. 79 



61 

Eliphalet 5 Everitt (Ehenezer? Israel? John? Richard 1 '), bom 
Dec. 3, 1757, at Sharon, Conn. ; d. Apr. — , 1816, at Watertown, 
N. Y. He was a farmer, lived many years in Ellsworth Society, 
in the south part of Sharon, and later removed to Watertown. 
He enlisted as a private, Mar. 3, 1777, for three years, and in 
April, 1778, was transferred to Gen. Washington's Life Guards, 
where he remained till 1780. Family tradition says he was the 
steward of Gen. Washington's military family for many years. 

Children : 

159. i. Elias, b. . 



ii. Austin, b. . 

hi. Laura, b. Sept. — , 1788; m. Nov. — , 1807, Harry Hatch, 

of Watertown, N. Y. 
iv. Mary, b. , 1794. 

v. Hampton, b. . 

62 

Lieut. Joshua 5 Everett (Joshua? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), 
born Sept. 21, 1741, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Feb. 4, 1825, at 
Princeton, Mass. ; married June 21, 1764, at Attleboro', Molly 
Titus, born Mar. 11, 1738, at Attleboro'; died June 5, 1823, at 
Princeton. 

Soon after coming of age he settled at Westminster, .Mass., as 
his name appears on the assessors' list of 1763, and dwelt in the 
first house erected in that town. He was a farmer, but added to 
that the occupation of a tanner, the first in the place. In 1765, 
he bought the north-east corner of lot No. 10 and removed to it. 
building a large house which, in 1777, he opened as a tavern. In 
1781, he sold this property and purchased the confiscated home- 
stead of John Bo wen, a loyalist absentee of Princeton. There he 
founded the village of Everetville, and followed, as before, i In- 
united occupations of farming and tanning. 

His name appears on the Lexington alarm list, as sergeant in 
Capt. Elisha Jackson's company. He was commissioned, Mar. 
23, 1776, second lieutenant, 8th company, 8th Mass. regiment, 
Capt. Elisha Jackson, and July 6, 1780, firsl Lieutenant, 2d 



80 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

company, 8th regiment, Mass., Capt. Samuel Sawin. These com- 
missions are now in possession of his great-grandson, George Titus 
Everett, of Fitchburg, Mass. 

His will, dated. July 3, 1807, proved Feb. 24, 1825, names wife 
Molly, sons William and Joshua, and daughter, Rhoda T. Osgood. 

Children, born at Westminster : 

160. i. William, 6 b. Apr. 15, 1765. 

161. ii. Joshua, b. Feb. 4, 1767. 

hi. Rhoda Titus, b. Jan. 31, 1770 ; d. May 7, 1853, at Prince- 
ton ; m. Nov. — , 1794, Houghton Osgood, of Princeton. 
He was b. Sept. 27, 1768, at Shutesbury, Mass.; d. Sept. 
6, 1844. 

63 

Josiah 5 Everett (Joshua,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born 
June 6, 1743, at Attleboro, Mass.; died in 1803, at Attleboro' ; 
married 1st, about 1768, Hannah Fisk, who died May 18, 1799, 
aged 61, at Attleboro' ; married 2d, Oct. 1, 1800, Mrs. Mercy 
Babcock, daughter of Andrew and S. Starkey, born Sept. — , 1757, 
at Attleboro' ; died there Jan. 10 or 11, 1851. She had one son, 

Daniel Babcock, by her first husband, born , 1782, and died 

, 1873. 

By deed of gift, dated Sept. 7, 1773, he received from his 
father, Joshua Everett, 53 acres 120 rods in Attleboro' and Stough- 
ton. He bought in 1786, 5 acres from Thomas George, and 1787, 
11 acres from his brother, William Everett, adjoining his own 
homestead. 

His will, dated Sept. 21, 1803, proved Dec. 6, 1803, names 
wife Marcy ; daughter Patty Richardson ; grand-daughters Abigail 
Daggett and Rhoda Daggett, children of Hannah Daggett, de- 
ceased; First Baptist Church; sons Samuel, Paul, Silas and 
Gilbert; Silas to be executor. Apr. 1, 1806, one-fourth of the 
real estate was set off to William Everett, guardian to Paul 
Everett, non compos mentis; and Sept. 11, 1806, Silas Everett 
bought of Samuel Everett, of Attleboro', and Gilbert Everett, of 
Taunton, all their interest in the estate. 



Fifth Generation. 81 



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Children, recorded at Attleboro' : 

i. Patty," b. Sept. 30, 1770 ; m. John Richardson, 
ii. Elias, b. Sept. 22, 1771 or '73 ; d. before 1803. 
iii. Hannah, b. Sept. 6, 1774; d. Oct. 11, 1800; in. Daniel 
Daggett. 
Samuel, b. Feb. 17, 1777. 
Paul, b. Oct. 27, 1779. 
Silas, b. Oct. 27, 1779. 
Gilbert, b. Jan. 22, 1782. 

64 

William 5 Everett (Joshua,* Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 '), born 
Jan. 10, 1754, at North Attleboro', Mass. ; died there Mar. 7, 1824, 
and buried in Plainville cemetery, Wrentham ; married 1st, Nov. 
25, 1778, Sarah Richards, daughter of Nathan Richards, who died 
Sept. 24, 1789, in her 36th year; married 2d, June 23, 1791, at 
Attleboro', Rebecca Allen, daughter of Benjamin and Mary 
(Torrey) Allen, who died July 14, 1820, in her 62d year ; mar- 
ried 3d, Mar. 28, 1821, at Seekonk, Huldah Ellis, daughter of 
James French, and widow of Capt. Arthur Ellis. She was born 
Mar. — , 1774 ; died Nov. 4, 1854, at Seekonk. 

He settled on the Everett homestead at North Attleboro' with 
his father, and died in the room in which he was born. He be- 
came a member of the Baptist church early in life, and his hospita- 
ble house was the constant resort of clergymen and many other 
visitors. He was a selectman, 1810-11. His will, dated Apr. 23, 
1822, proved June 1, 1824, names wife Huldah; sons Jesse, 
William and Hervey; daughter Sally Balkcom, wife of John 
Balkcom ; daughter Polly Everett ; son William, executor. 

Children, born at North Attleboro' : 

166. i. Jesse, b. Aug. 25, 1779. 

ii. William, b. Nov. 30, 1782 ; d. Jan. 11, 1783. 
107. iii. Sarah, b. Feb. 22, 1785. 

Children of second wife : 

iv. Mary, b. Nov. 5, 1792; d. Nov. 16, 1839, at Philadelphia, 
Pa.; m. Johnson Tolman, of Stoughton, probably son 
of Thomas and Sarah Tolman, 1>. Nov. I t, L796. 

168. v. William, b. July 3, 1797. 

169. vi. Hervey, b. June 21, 1800. 



82 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



65 

Richard 6 Everett (Jeremiah,* Richard, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Jan. 3, 173G-7, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died probably between 
1775 and 1780; married Drucilla Shurtliff, thought to be the 
daughter of John and Abigail (Fuller) Shurtliff, named in Davis 1 
Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth, page 242. She is also thought 
to be the Drusilla Everett who married Dec. 18, 1780, at Wren- 
tham, William Thomas. 

Richard Everett is said to have been a sea captain, and to have 
been lost at sea during the Revolutionary war. 

Children, born at Attleboro' : 

i. Abigail, 6 b. Sept. 27, 1761 ; m. John W. Schermerhorn. 
They were living, Apr., 1801, at Stephentown, Rensse- 
laer Co., N. Y., as appears by deed on record in Bristol 
Co., Mass. 
170. ii. Richard Clair, b. Mar. 28, 1762-3. 

66 

Dr. Jeremiah 5 Everett (Jeremiah * Richard* John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Nov. 25, 1710, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Aug. 11, 1831, at 
Halifax, Vt. ; married Sept. 7, 1766, Elizabeth Warren, who was 
born at Westminster, Mass., and died Aug. 31, 1831, at Halifax, 
Vt., aged 83 years. 

In 1763 he settled at Westminster, Mass., where he was the first 
practicing physician, and at the same time a schoolmaster. In 
1776, he was appointed surgeon of Col. Nicholas Dike's regiment 
on duty at Dorchester Heights, and discharged Mar. 30, 1777. He 
removed in 1784, to Halifax, Vt. 

Children, i to vii born at Westminster, viii to xi at Halifax : 

i. Elizabeth Warren, 6 b. June 5, 1767, at Westminster ; d. 
April 21, 1851, at Halifax; m. Joel Sumner, oldest son 
of Daniel and Lydia (Fairbanks) Sumner. He was 

b. , prob. at Woodstock, Conn., and d. April 3, 1813, 

at Smithfield, Perm, 
ii. Jeremiah, b. Nov. 29, 1768. 
hi. Lucy, b. June 9, 1770 ; d. May, 1777. 



Fifth Generation. 83 



iv. Sarah, b. July 15, 1772; m. Nov. 24, 1791, Rev. William 
Pattison. He lived at Kingsbury, N. Y., Benson and 
West Haven, Vt., and died at New Britain, Conn., set. 
34 yrs. 
v. Mary,*b. Dec. 20, 1775; d. June, 1777. 

vi. Lucy, b. Feb. 16, 1779. 

171. vii. Jacob, b. June 24, 1781. 

172. viii. Samuel, b. Aug. 1, 1784. 

ix. Martha, b. Jan. 7, 1787 ; d. at Adams, Jefferson co., N. Y. ; 

m. Dec. 27, 1804, Reuben Breed, 
x. Mary, b. July 25, 1789, at Halifax; d. Nov., 1791. 

173. xi. John, b. Mar. 13, 1791. 

67 

John 5 Everett (Jeremiah^ Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born 
Jan. 30, 1744-5 at Attleboro', Mass. ; died between 1807 and 
1810, at Litchfield, Herkimer county, N. Y. ; married Dec. 27, 
1770, at Lunenburg, Mass., Elizabeth Gill, both called of West- 
minster, Mass. 

He was in early years a school teacher, probably at Westminster. 
After his marriage he lived at Temple, Hillsborough county, N. H., 
until sometime between 1788 and 1798. In 1788, as of Temple, 
he bought lot No. 2, south range, 125 acres, in Gilsum and Sulli- 
van, Cheshire county, N. H., and in 1798, as of Litchfield, Her- 
kimer county, N. Y., sold the same. In 1772 he was constable at 
Temple. On the Lexington alarm, he marched in the Temple 
company for Cambridge, which went part way and returned, being 
on duty 6^ days. He was a private in Capt. Stephen Parker's 
company, Col. Moses Nichols 1 regiment, Gen'l Stark's brigade of 
N. H. militia, which marched July 19, 1777, to join the Continen- 
tal army at Stillwater; he was discharged Sept. 20, 1777. In 1784 
he was one of seven men declaring themselves Baptists and pro- 
testing against paying church taxes. 

Children, born at Temple : 

i. John, b. May 15, 1771 ; d. Aug. :!, 1771. 
ii. John, b. May 21, 1772; a farmer at Litchfield, X. Y. He 

left a large family. 
hi. Jesse, b. .Inly 15, 177 ( ; a farmer and died a1 middle age 

on 1 lie Wabash river, Indiana. 



84 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iv. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 15, 1776; d. very aged at Fulton, N. Y. ; 
m. — Hitchcock. 
174. v. Jonas, b. Feb. 1, 1778. 

vi. Joel, b. April 14, 1781 ; d. aged about 50 years at Sackett's 
Harbor. He was a school teacher for 30 years at Water- 
town and Sackett's Harbor, 1ST. Y. 

vii. Jeremiah, b. Dec. 27, 1783; a farmer, and died at middle 

age near the Miami river, in Ohio, 
viii. Josiah, b. Jan. 30, 1788; d. July 14, 1832, at Detroit, Mich. 
He was appointed from Mass. a surgeon's mate, 21st 
U. S. Inf. July 21, 1813; discharged June 15, 1815; 
reinstated 2nd U. S. Inf., Sept. 13, 1815; post sur- 
geon, Aug. 10, 1818; major and surgeon Light Artil- 
lery, June 28, 1820; which position he held until his 
death. 

ix. Cyrus, b. July 17, 1792; a carpenter, and died near the 
Raisin river in Mich. 



68 

Samuel 5 Everett {Jeremiah? Richard? John? Richard *), born 
Nov. 16, 1875, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died in 1816, at Attleboro' ; 
married July 13, 1780, at Attleboro', Susanna Wallcott. 

He served as private in Capt. Caleb Richardson's company, Col. 
Timothy Walker's regiment, April 24 to Aug., 1775, and is said to 
have served later at the siege of Boston. May 13, 1816, his 
widow, Susanna Everett, petitioned the Probate Court to have Mr. 
Richards, one of the selectmen, settle the estate, and the following 
day, Jesse Richards was appointed administrator. 

Children, recorded at Attleboro' : 

i. Jabez, 6 b. June 13, 1781 ; d. June 14, 1781. 

175. ii. Sylvester, b. Aug. 12, 1782. 

hi. Roxanna, b. May 2, 1784 ; m. Foster. 

iv. Chloe, b. Aug. 18, 1786 ; d. June 17, 1787. 
v. Chloe, b. June 22, 1788 ; m. May 20, 1806, Eliphalet Foster 
of Walpole, Mass. 

176. vi. Susanna, b. July 2, 1790. 

177. vii. Fanny, b. April 28, 1792. 

178. viii. Charlotte, b. Feb. 15, 1794. 

179. ix. Richard, b. Aug. 3, 1796. 

180. x. Mandana, b. — — ; m. Feb. 17, 1828, at Attleboro', Josiah 

Draper. 



Fifth Generation. 85 



69 

Penuel 5 Everett (Jeremiah? Richard? John, 2 Richard *), bom 
Sept. 3, 1758, at Attleboro', Mass.; died Feb. 5, 1813, at New- 
London, N. H. ; married Jan. 16, 1783, at Attleboro', Hannah 
Slack, of Attleboro', who died in 1816 at New London, N. II. 

He served as private in Capt. Caleb Richardson's company, Col. 
Timothy Walkers regiment, April 24 to Aug., 1775 ; as private in 
Capt. Richardson's company, which marched to Rhode Island, 
April 21, 1777 ; and again enlisted, for six months, July, 1780. 
About the time of his marriage, he, with Ins brother, Levi, set- 
tled in New London, N. H., and there signed petitions to the legis- 
lature in 1784, 1787, and 1790. 

Children, i to v and ix to xii born at New London, vi and vii at 
Lunenburg, Vt., viii at Haverhill, N. H. : 

i. Achsah, 6 b. Feb. 18, 1784 ; d. Dec. 3, 1857, at Sparta, Ohio ; 

m. Feb. — , 1807, Frederic Ballard, of New London, 
ii. Eunice, b. Dec. 10, 1785; d. Mar. 25, 1813, umn. 

181. hi. Clarissa, b. Dec. 12, 1787. 

182. iv. Otis, b. Feb. 18, 1789. 

183. v. Richard C, b. March 7, 1791. 

vi. Leonard, b. and d. June 10, 1793. 
vii. Sally, b. and d. June 21, 1794. 

viii. Fanny, b. Dec. 18, 1796; d. June 6, 1868, a1 Bangor, Me. ; 
m. Oct. 31, 1820, at New London, John Clement, 
ix. Sally, b. April 13, 1798; m. Nov. 7, 1822, Zenas Herrick, 

of New London, 
x. Polly, b. Oct. 21, 1800; d. Mar. 13, 1803. 

184. xi. Leonard, b. June 4, 1802. 

185. xii. Lyman, b. Sept. 30, 1804. 

70 

Levi 5 Everett (Jeremiah, 4 Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 *), born 
Sept. 23, 1760, at Attleboro', Mass.; died Mir. 5, 1844, a1 NYw 
London, N. H. ; married Lucy Titus; born Oct. 7, 1762, at Kclm- 
both, Mass. ; died Oct. 25, 1832, at New London. 

He served as a private, from Attleboro', in Capt. Caleb Richard- 
son's company that marched to Rhode Island. April 21, 1777. He 
probably settled at New London, at the same time as his brother, 



I 



86 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Penuel, about 1780, and there signed petitions to the legislature in 
1784, 1787, and 1795. He was a selectman in 1796. 
Children : 

i. Olive, 6 b. April 9, 1786; said to have m. Backus, of 

Lowell, Mass. 

ii. Lucinda, b. April 26,1788; m. Aug. 28,1808, Israel Hunt- 
ing, of New London. 

186. iii. Dexter, b. Mar. 30, 1790. 

iv. Eitnice, b. Mar. 17, 1792; said to have m. Aver. 

187. v. Milton, b. Feb. 28, 1794. 

vi. Dolly, b. April 12, 1796 ; m. Aug. 27, 1815, Abraham Adams, 
vii. Mindwell, b. Sept. 10, 1798; m. Nov. 29, 1821, Nathan 

Brown, of Wilmot, N. H. 
viii. Levi, b. May 20, 1803. 

71 

Jonathan 5 Everett (Jonathan* Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born June 16, 1748, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Nov. 13, 1816, at 
New London, N. H. ; married Nov. 27, 1782, at Wrentham, Mass., 
Mary Messinger, of Wrentham, born Mar. 9, 1764; died April 18, 
1833. She married second, Rev. Job Seamans, of Attleboro', 
Mass., later of New London, where he in 1788, organized the first 
Baptist church in that place, and remained its pastor until his death 
in 1830, aged 82 years. 

Jonathan Everett was a farmer and lived at Wrentham, Mass., 
until about 1787, when he removed to New London, N. H., where 
he lived until his death. As a resident of New London he signed 
petitions to the N. H. legislature in 1787, 1790, and 1796. His 
wife had a good education for those days, kept school in one 
room of their house, and wrote tax lists for the selectmen. 

Children, i to iii born at Wrentham, iv to viii at New London : 

188. i. David, 6 b. Sept. 6, 1783. 

ii. Susan, b. Mar. 21, 1785; m. Sept. 28, 1808, at Attleboro', 

Roger Farnum. 
iii. Emily, b. Jan. 20, 1787; d. Feb. 8, 1862; m. May 28, 
1809, at Attleboro', John Gates. 

189. iv. Jonathan, b. June 21, 1789. 

190. v. Daniel M., b. May 9, 1791. 

vi. Marcus, b. Aug. 10, 1793; d. Sept. 22, 1794, at New 
London. 



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vii. Mary, b. Nov. 25, 1795; d. June 18, 1837; m. Nov. 24, 
1814, Anthony Colby, b. Nov. 13, 1792, at New Lon- 
don; d. there July 20, 1875. He was Governor of New 
Hampshire in 1846. 

viii. Rhoda, b. Aug. 21, 1798; d. Oct. 29, 183(3. 

72 

Lieut. Pelatiah 5 Everett (Jonathan* Richard, 8 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Dec. 11, 1750, at Attleboro', Mass.; died Oct. 19, 
1821, at Westminster, Mass., published Apr. 7, 1773, to Rebecca 
Hoar, but no record of marriage is found; married 1st, Jan. -— , 
1784, Mary Cutting, daughter of Josiah and Lydia (Merriam) 
Cutting, of Princeton, Mass., born May 15, 1757 ; died Apr. 28, 
1800; married 2d, Apr. 25, 1802, Dorcas Fessenden, daughter of 
Samuel and Sally (Pierce) Fessenden, born Jan. 25, 1779; died 
Jan. 2, 1840. 

He was a saddler and harness-maker. He went to Westminster, 
Mass., about 1760. In 1784, he bought the so-called "Pond 
House," where he opened a store the next year, and later a 
public house, which he kept until 1796. He sold out in 1805 
and moved to the westerly end of the village, on the border of 
Tophet swamp. In May, 1775, he enlisted as private in Capt. 
Edmund Bemis' company, Col. Whitcomb's regiment of eight- 
months' men. He re-enlisted as sergeant in 5th Mass. regiment, 
Apr. 1, 1777 ; promoted ensign Nov. 7, 1777 ; second lieutenant, 
Aug. 10, 1778; first lieutenant, Apr. 25, 1781; transferred to 1st 
Mass. regiment, June 12, 1783, and discharged Nov. 3, 1783. 
His service extended from the minute-man to the final discharge. 
His name was placed on the pension roll of 1818. He was an 
original member of the " Cincinnati." An invitation to dinner 
with Gen. Washington is preserved by a grandson. 

Clrildren, born in Westminster ; 

191. i. David Mann, 6 b. June 26, 1785. 

192. ii. Pelatiah Mann, b. June 3, 1787. 

iii. Mary, b. May 28, 1789; d. Feb. 26, 1860, at MedfieR 
Mass., unm. 

193. iv. Joel, b. Sept. 9, 1791. 

v. John Cutting, b. May 10, 1794; d. July 21, 1879, at 
Lunenburg, Mass. ; m. May 10, 1840, Anna Fessenden. 



88 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

vi. Melatiah, b. Jan. 29, 1797; d. Jan. 22, 1821; ra. Apr. 
3, 1816, at Franklin, Mass., Isaac Sawin, of Dedham, 
Mass. 

vii. Asa Gutting, b. Mar. 28, 1809; d. July 22, 1874, at 
Ashby, Mass.; ra. 1st, Dec. 2, 1824, Rowena Spald- 
ing, daughter of Merari and Betsey (Heald) Spalding, 
b. Mar. 5, 1803 ; d. Sept. 23, 1865 ; m. 2d, Sarah P. . 

Children of second wife : 

viii. Hiram, b. June 26, 1802; d. May 31, 1803. 

194. ix. Sally, b. June 23, 1804. 

x. Hiram, b. Oct. 7, 1806; d. before 1877; was a member of 
the Westminster Fire Engine Co., 1825 ; removed to 
New York City. 

195. xi. Leonard Fessenden, b. June 1, 1809. 

xii. Tryphena Shepard, b. June 30, 1811; d. Dec. 15 or 22, 

1843; m. Ephraim Martin, 
xiii. George Augustus, b. Sept. 27, 1817 ; d. before 1877; last 

heard from at Troy, Minn, 
xiv. Susan Augusta, b. Sept. 27, 1817 ; d. ,1837 ; m. Nathan 

Hersey, of Spencer, Mass. 

73 

Dr. Abu ah Everett {Jonathan,* Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Apr. 29, 1756, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Jan. 2, 1804, at 
Franklin, Mass. ; married Apr. 27, 1786, at Attleboro', Mass., 
Abigail Ellis, daughter of Jabez Ellis, who died Sept. 20, 1849. 

He settled in the east parish of Attleboro', and afterwards 
moved to Franklin, Mass. He was a teacher in the town school, 
as well as physician. 

Children : 

196. i. Amherst, 6 b. Mar. 9, 1787. 

ii. Virgil, b. Mar. 27, 1789; d. , 1818, unm. 

iii. Charlotte, b. July 22, 1791; d. , 1840; m. Aug. 16, 

1810, Otis Read, of Attleboro'. In 1826, they were 

living at North Providence, R. I. 
iv. Sally, b. Feb. 10, 1794; d. prob. before 1826, unm. 

74 
Daniel 6 Everett (Jonathan,* Richard 3 , John, 2 Richard *), 
born June 22, 1761, at Wrentham, Mass. ; married Dec. 22, 1785, 
at Wrentham, Eunice Haws. 



Fifth Generation. 39 



He was a farmer, at Wrentham, until 1802, when he bought 
eight pieces of land at Keene, N. H., where he settled. In Sept., 
1804, he sold the same land, and all attempts to trace him or 
Iris family have failed. 

Children, i to ix recorded at Wrentham, x born at Keene, N. H. : 

i. Sula, 6 b. Nov. 21, 1786. 

ii. Olive, b. July 18, 1788. 
iii. Clary, b. Nov. 5, 1789. 
iv. Eunice, b. Dec. 10, 1791 ; d. Jan. 28, 1792. 

v. Nancy, b. Mar. 12, 1793. 
vi. Daniel, b. Jan. 31, 1795. 
vii. Polly Haws, b. Nov. 2, 1796. 
viii. Pedda, b. Sept. 12, 1798. 
ix. John Adams, b. Dec. 6, 1800. 

x. George Washington, b. June 15, 1802. 



75 

Timothy 5 Everett (Jonathan* Richard? John? Richard l ) , 
born Nov. 7, 1763, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died there Dec. 10, 1807 ; 
married Nov. 22, 1787, at Attleboro', Mass., Sarah Pitcher. He 
lived at Wrentham, near Ms father's homestead. 

Children, four recorded at Wrentham : 

197. i. Manning, b. Aug. 8, 1788. 

ii. Abigail, b. Aug. 12, 1790 ; m. Sept. 30, 1807, at Wrentham, 

Obed Robinson, Jr., of Attleboro'. 
iii. Sarah, b. Mar. 22, 1793 ; d. Jan. 5, 1796. 

iv. Sarah, b. ; m. Zebulon White, of Norton. 

v. Juline Ellis, b. Nov. 5, 1798. 



76 

Sergt. Israel 5 Everett (Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), 
born Oct. 13, 1744, at Declham, Mass. ; married Aug. 21, 1781, 
Rebecca Little. He was wounded at the battle of Lexington, 
where he served as sergeant in Capt. Gould's company. May 8, 
1776, the Mass. General Court voted to him, a wounded soldier, 
£1, 3s., for his nursing. He was admitted to the First Church 
of Dedham, May 30, 1784. 



go Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Children : 

i Rebecca, 6 bapt. June 20, 1784; m. Dec. 1, 1803, James 

i, AbtXb^ jSTk 1781; m. Nov. 25, 1802, David 
Simpson, of Boston. 

77 

Nathaniel 5 Evebett (Israel* Richard, 5 John? Richard 1 ), 

born Dec 1, 1745, at Declham, Mass. ; died Feb. 14, 1791, at 

New London, N. H. ; married Mar. 3, 1769, Rebecca Connelly. 

Sbe married second, Nov. 19 or 20, 1795, at Hanover, N. H., 

Salmon or Lemuel Dow. 

He was a minute-man in Capt. Aaron * uller s company, Apr. 
19 1775 was present at the battle of Bunker Hill, served through 
the war,' and afterward went to New London, N. H., where he 
signed petitions to the legislature in 1784 and 1787. He later 
removed to Hanover, N. H. While returning from a journey 
to Boston, he died at New London and was buried there. His 
wife Rebecca was admitted to the First Church of Dedham, Apr. 
1, 1770, and was dismissed, as bis widow, to the Church m 
Hanover, Feb. 19, 1793. 

Children, i-v recorded at Dedham : 

198. i. Nathaniel, 6 b. Jan. 5, 1770. 
199* ii. John, b. Mar. 5, 1773. 

iii. Rebecca, b. Mar. 18, 1774. 

iv. Grace, bapt. July 10, 1775; m. Shepard. 

200 v. Jesse, bapt. Feb. 10, 1777. 

vi. Rebecca, b. ; d. May 25, 1780, aged 5 weeks, 3 days 

(grave-stone, New London). 

vii. Rebecca, b. , at Hanover; d. Sept. 7, 1862, aged 81 

years, 4 months, 3 days, at Dedham (Dedham Town 
Records); m. about 1806, Nathaniel Fales, son of 
Nathaniel and Mary (Everett) Fales. He was b. Mar. 
14, 1780, at Dedham; d. Sept. 26, 1854. 

201. viii. Samuel, b. . 

ix. Comfort, b. ; m. John Bond, of Dalton, N. H. 

x Sarah b. ; unm. 

xi ; Israei ; b . . d. Oct. 27, 1789, aged 2 years, at New 

London. . TTl 

xii. Betsey, b. ; m. Cutting, of Concord, Vt. 



Fifth Generation. gi 



78 

W Bvmnr (iW,< i&W,3 jm„,. j^^ born 
Sept. 26, 1747, at Dedham, Mass.; died Sept. 15, 1816, at Ded- 
ham; married Apr. 8, 1774, at Waltham, Mass., Catherine Bemis 
who died at Walpole, Mass., Mar. 4, 1849, aged 92 years, 5 months.' 

Children : 

i. Jonathan, 6 b. Oct. 17, 1775- d Tnlv Rn i7ci + W i , 
202. ii. Ebenezer, b. Feb. 23, 1777 ' J ' ' 81 ' at Wal P ol e. 

iii. Samuel, b. Aug. 15, 1779 

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79 

William^ Everett (Israel,* Richard? John? Richard*), born 
Oct. 10, 1749, at Dedham, Mass.; died Jan. 1, 1815, at Dedham- 
married 1st Nov. 27, 1784, Margaret Buckman; she was born B i 
Medway, Mass., and died July 20, 1800, at Dedham. He married 
2d, Apr. 15, 1801, Catherine Clark, who died Feb. 7, 1830, aged 
o7. He was admitted to the First Church at Dedham, Feb 1 1801 

Children, born at Dedham : 

203. i. Willard, 6 b. Aug. 27, 1785. 

204. h. Leonard, b. July 20, 1787 

205. 1: Sitft e i?S ; m - May 4 ' I815 ' 01irer Smith - 

80 

Richard* Everett (Israel? Richard? John? Richard}), born 
Apr. 17, 1753, at Dedham, Mass.; married May 15 1780 
Susannah Myrick, both called of Watertown. In 1783 he' 
bought land at Watertown, and also one hundred acres in 
"Shirley District;" in 179G, four hundred acres at Chesterfield, 
JN. H to winch place he removed. His name last appears on the 
records of Cheshire county, N. H, Sept. 2, 180(5. 

Children, i to iv born at Watertown, v at Chesterfield: 

i. Abigail, 6 b. Apr. 10, 1781. 

ii. Susannah, b. Nov. 8, 1783. 
iii. Sarah, b. May 20, 1786. 
iv. Richard b Sept 26, 1788; living, 1806, at Chesterfield. 

v. Martha, b. Apr. 21, 1799; d. Oct. 28, 1869, at Dedham. 



92 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



81 



AARON 5 Everett (Israel* Richard? John? Richard *), born Nov. 
18 1758, at Dedhain, Mass.; died Oct. 18, 1838, at Brighton, 
Mass. ; married 1st, Polly ; married 2d, Apr. 2, 1793, at Cam- 
bridge, Sarah Sarford, who died Dec. 11, 1838, at Brighton. He 
lived at Watertown and that part of Cambridge set off as Brighton. 
Children, ii born at Cambridge, iv to vii at Watertown : 

i. Maria, 6 b. Nov. 19, 1794; m. Sept. 27, 1821, John Herrick, 

of Brighton, 
ii. Joseph, b. July 3, 1796. 
iii. Aaron, b. Apr. 27, 1798. 

206 - '^ SW sflSOl • d. Nov. 10, 1842, at Brighton. 
207 vi. Abner, b. Feb. 29, 1804. 
vii. Eliza, b. Aug. 20, 1805. 

82 
David 5 Everett (Israel? Richard? John? Richard^, born 
Auo- 20 1763, at Dedham; died at Saxton's River, Vt. ; married 
June 1 1791, Jemima Haven, of Dover, Mass. In 1796, he lived 
at Chesterfield, N. H. ; was chosen a trustee of the academy m 
1806, which office he held till his removal, in 1819, to Saxton s 
River Village, in the town of Rockingham, Vt. 
Children : 

208. i. Charles, 6 b. , 1792. 

ii. Betsey, b. ; m. Rev. Brown. 

hi. Abigail, b. ; m. Dr. Clark. 

83 
Samuel 5 Everett (Samuel? Isaac? Samuel? Richard 1 ), born 
Apr 3 1741, at Dedham, Mass. ; married Oct. 7, 1770, at Need- 
ham, Mass., Lydia Beal. In the marriage record, both are called 
of Needliam. He was living at Packersfield, now Nelson, N. H., 
Sept 21 1776, at his enlistment from Col. Enoch Hale's regiment 
of militia, into Capt. Abijah Smith's company, for New York 
service. In 1782, he lived at Packersfield; 1783 to 1797, at 
Marlow, N. H. 



Fifth Generation. 93 



Child : 

i. Samuel, 6 b. ; m. Sept. 5, 1799, at Packersfield, Lydia 

-teal, of Packersfield; intention of marriage, Aug. 11, 
1799, gives his residence as Marlow. Nov."l4, 1799, he' 
sold the Everett farm of fifty acres, at Marlow. 

84 

Isaac 5 Everett (Samuel* Isaac* Samuel, 2 Richard 1 ) born 

Jan. 11, 1754, at Dedham, Mass.; died , 1802; married Jan. 

15, 1786, at Declham, Elizabeth Tower, daughter of Gideon 
Tower, who died Oct. 16, 1842, aged 86. 

He lived at Walpole, near the Dedham line, and later built the 
house at West Dedham, in which he died. He was a private in 
Capt. William Ellis's company, Col. Heath's regiment, Apr. 19, 
1775, and Nov. 5, 1777. His widow, Elizabeth, was appointed 
administratrix of his estate, Dec. 7, 1802. 
' Child: 

209. i. Joel, 6 b. Feb. 15, 1788. 

85 

Samuel 5 Eveeett (Israel* Josiah? Israel 2 Richard 1 ), born 
Feb. 6, 1739, probably at Durham, Conn.; died Nov. 1, 1821, at 
Granville, Ohio; married May 27, 1762, at Torrington, Conn., 
Mindwell Strong, daughter of Jacob and Mindwell (Lyman) 
Strong, of Torrington, born July 28, 1742, at Torrington; died 
Dec. 6, 1812, at Granville, Ohio. 

At the time of Ms marriage, his father gave him a farm of 74 
acres, at Torrington, and in 1770 he bought a share in the Wilson 
mill, and became a miller as well as farmer. In July, 1775, he 
did nine half days' duty in the 9th company, 17th regiment, Capt. 
John Strong. In the winter of 1787-88, he removed from Tor- 
rington to Granby, Conn. In 1804 he became interested in the 
Scioto land company, and in 1808 he and his children went with 
the company which formed the town of Granville, Ohio. He and 
his wife joined the church at Torrington in 1762, and were the 
first signers of the covenant of the church organized at Granville, 
Mass., before the colony started for Ohio. 



94 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Children : 

i. Mindwell, 6 bapt. May 8, 1763 ; d. young. 
210. ii. Samuel, b. Apr. 30, 1769. 

iii. Mindwell, b. Jan. 30, 1771 ; d. July 24, 1869, at Hartford, 
Ohio; m. 1st, Jan. 20, 1787, Arunah Clark, b. Feb., 
1759; d. Aug. 1, 1816; m. 2d, July, 1822, Enoch 
Graves. 

iv. Experience, b. Feb. 21, 1776; m. More, and moved 

to Illinois. 

86 

Israel 5 Everett (Israel* Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 }, born 
June 16, 1752, at Torrington, Conn. ; died at Ballston, N. Y. ; mar- 
ried Sept. 26, 1782, Abi Fyler, of Newfield, daughter of Silas and 
Catherine (Drake) Fyler, born May 24, 1748, at Windsor, Conn. ; 
died at Ballston, N. Y. 

He was a farmer at Torrington until 1795, when he sold the 
farm of 70 acres, that he inherited from his father, and moved to 
Ballston, Saratoga county, N. Y., and there he lived until his 
death. July, 1775, he did 12 half days' duty in the 5th company, 
17th regiment, Capt. Amos Wilson. 

Children, recorded at Torrington : 

i. Israel, 6 b. June 18, 1783. 
ii. Josiah, b. Nov. 14, 1785. 
iii. Fyler, b. Apr. 7, 1787 ; living at Ballston, N. Y., in 1810. 

iv. Abi, b. Dec 28, 1792; d. at Tyringham, Mass.; m. , 

1819, Arvin Miller. 

87 

Rev. Noble 5 Everett (Josiah, 4 ' Josiah, 5 Israel, 2 Richard 1 }, born 
Mar. 3, 1747, at Woodbury, Conn. ; died Dec. 30, 1819, at Ware- 
ham, Mass. ; married May 22, 1785, at Colchester, Conn., Abigail 
Lord, born Jan. 2, 1761, died Aug. 30, 1845, at Wareham. 

As a boy he lived with his father, at Winchester, Conn. He 
was graduated at Yale in 1775, took the oath of fidelity to the 
State of Connecticut, at a town meeting in Winchester, Jan. 13, 
1778, and in 1782 was settled in the ministry at Wareham, where 
he continued to preach until Ins death. He received a salary of 
two hundred and fifty dollars a year, and the additional recom- 



Fifth Generation. 95 



pense of three dollars a year for taking care of the meeting house. 
As was customary, he usually had one or more young men in his 
family, whom he fitted for college. 
Children, recorded at Wareham : 

i. Abigail* b. Mar. 21, 1786; d. Sept. 23, 1861, at West 
Wmsted, Conn. ; m. Apr. 27, 1812, at Wareham, George 
Lord, of Marlboro', Conn. s 

211. ii. William, b. Oct. 18, 1787. 

hi. Josiah b. June 14, 1789 ; d. July 14, 1881, at Wareham • 

m. Aug. 5, 1829, at Wareham, Mrs. Lydia W Hall' 

daughter of Lothrop and Lydia (White) Shurtleff ; b 

at Carver Mass.; d. July 23, 1867, at Wareham, a*ed 

78 years, 3 mos., 19 days. He was a mariner. 

iv. Lucy, b. Jan. 30, 1791 ; d. Sept. 3, 1867, at Wareham, unm. 

v. Hannah, b. Oct. 26, 1792; d. Dec. 21, 1883, at Woburn, 

Mass., unm. ' 

vi. Eunice Amelia, b. Mar. 28, 1794; d. Apr. 8, 1853, at South 

Coventry Conn. ; m. Oct. 5, 1817, at Wareham, Gardner 

Lord, of Marlboro', Conn. 

212. yii. Noble, b. Feb. 28, 1796. 

213. viii. John Lord, b. Apr. 20, 1800. 

214. ix. Elisha Hinman, b. Nov. 28, 1803. 

88 

Josiah 5 Everit (Josiah,* Josiah, 5 Israel? Richard^ born Feb. 
27, 1749, at Bethlehem, Conn. ; died Feb. 5, 1829, at Winchester 
Conn.; married 1st, Dec. 5, 1776, at Farmington, Conn., Esther 
Hinman, who died Sept. 30, 1783, in her 30th year. He married 
2d, Feb. 23, 1785, Nelley Pease, daughter of Capt. Samuel Pease 
of Enfield, Conn., born Dec. 23, 1762; died Nov. 12, 1791 He 
married 3d, Sept. 26, 1794, Hannah (Butler), widow of Samuel 
Stanley, of Hartford, who died June 27, 1826. 

He studied medicine with Dr. Bird, of Bethlehem, and Dr. Hall, 
of Woodbury, Conn., and settled at Winchester in the practice of 
that profession. His long and useful career as a physician is one 
of the memories of the town. 

Children of second wife, recorded at Winchester : 

215. i. Nelley Minerva, 6 b. July 30, 1786. 

216. ii. Noble Josiah, b. Dec. 10, 1788. 

hi. Chester, b. Nov. 12, 1790; d. Apr. 24, 1807, unm. 



96 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children of third wife : 

iv. A son, b. Jan. 8, 1796 ; d. Jan. 16, 1796. 
v. Hannah, b. June 7, 1798; d. Jan. 10, 1846; ra. Mar. 8, 

1825, Rev. Henry Bushnell. 
vi. Mary, b. Dec. 29, 1799 ; d. May 29, 1807. 

89 

Andrew 5 Everit (Josiahf Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 }, born 
July 31, 1755, at Woodbury, Conn. ; died Jan. 31, 1835, at 
Vernon, N. Y. ; married 1st, May 18, 1780, Abigail North, who 
died June 2, 1795, aged 31. He married 2d, Dec. 26, 1799, 
Statira (Hills) Marshall, daughter of Dea. Seth and Abigail 
(Soper) Hills and widow of John Marshall, of Torrington, Conn. 
She was born July 6, 1762. 

He lived at Winchester, Conn., with his mother, until her 
decease, and continued to own and occupy the homestead until 
1809, when he sold it and removed to Vernon. In 1778, he 
took the oath of fidelity and was drummer in Capt. John Hill's 
company. In 1790, he was a member of the school committee, 
and in 1796, selectman. 

Children, recorded at Winchester : 

i. Emm, 6 b. Dec. 16, 1780; d. Sept. 11, 1781. 
217. h. Elihu, b. Jan. 21, 1783. 

iii. Andrew Hinman, b. Oct. 27, 1788 ; d. Mar. 9, 1791. 

Children of second wife : 

iv. Andrew Hinman, b. Nov. 26, 1800 ; d. in infancy, 
v. Truman, b. Dec. 26, 1801 ; d. Oct. 9, 1804. 
vi. Elisha, b. Feb. 15, 1805 ; d. in youth. 

90 

Amos 5 Ayered (Avery, Averit, Everit) (Abner? Josiah, 3 
Israel, 2 Richard l ~), born Sept. 22, 1745, at Wallingford, Conn. ; 
married Anna Page, daughter of Enos and Bethiah Page, of 
Wallingford. 

He lived at Wallingford until 1779, when he moved to the 
Northbury society, at Waterbury. The following year this society 
was set off as part of the town of Watertown, and in 1795 it was 
included in the territory incorporated as Plymouth. 



Fifth Generation. 97 



His father, Abner Avered, of Wallingford, bought in May, 1777, 
in consideration of £30 continental money, of Timothy Foster, Jr., 
a farm in society of Northbury, town of Waterbury, known as 
the Dr. Porter Poland farm. By deed executed Mar. 8, 1779, he 
transferred the farm of 130 acres to his sons, Amos and Ambrose. 
By deed dated Jan. 21, 1791, Jotham Gaylord sold land at Water- 
town to Amos Avery and Ambrose Avery, all of Watertown. On 
the same day, Ambrose Averet and Amos Averet divided land 
held in partnership at Watertown. By deed dated May 14, 1794, 
Aaron Dunbar, of Watertown, sold to Ambrose Everit land in 
Watertown. 

In 1779, Amos Avered and Anna Avered gave, for love, a lot 
of land, at Wallingford, to Desire Hobson, wife of Ashbel Hob- 
son. In 1784, Amos Avered and Anna Avered, of Watertown, 
sold to " our sister Sarah Page," land at Wallingford, distributed 
to said Anna from her father's estate. In 1786, Amos Avery and 
Anne Avery, of Watertown, sold land at Wallingford, set off to 
widow, Bethiah Page. In 1785, Amos Avered, of Watertown, 
joined his brothers and sisters in conveying land at Wallingford, 
inherited from their mother. In the body of this deed all their 
names are written Avered, while in the signatures two are Avered 
and three are Avery. 

Children, recorded at Plymouth : 

i. Eunice, 6 b. Mar. 1, 1780. 
ii. Augustus, b. Aug. 7, 1782. 
iii. Sarah, b. July 26, 1784. 
iv. Ransom, b. July 3, 1786. 

91 

Abner 5 Avered (Avery) (Abner f Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born April 21, 1748, at Wallingford, Conn. ; died, probably 1836, 
at Northampton, Mass. ; married Dec. 11, 1777, at Wallingford, 
Eliphal Shattuck. 

He appears to have lived at Wallingford until about 1802, when 
he moved to Northampton, Mass., where he lived until his death. 
In 1785, he received land in Wallingford by deed from his father, 
Abner Avered, who also conveyed to him in 1793 " nry mansion 



98 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

house, where I now live, and half of other buildings." Between 
1775 and 1785 this name is usually written Avery, sometimes 
Avered, and in some deeds both ways. In the Wallingford 
town records of births the oldest child is called Avered, and the 
next two Avery ; the other three are not recorded. In the 
Lexington alarm list from Wallingford appears Abner Avered, 
Jr., eight days' service in Capt. Isaac Cook's company. 

His will, dated at Northampton, Jan. 25, 1832, proved Nov. 
1, 1836, begins : " I, Abner Avery, of Northampton," and names 
daughter, Elisabeth S. Hough, wife of Serrajah Hough, of New 
Haven, Conn. ; daughter, Paulina Clapp, of Easthampton, Mass. ; 
daughter, Philena Clark, of Bloomingburg, N. Y. ; son, Worcester 
Avery, of Easthampton ; son, Lyman Avery, of Northampton, 
executor. 

Children, born at Wallingford : 

i. Noyes, 6 b. Apr. 10, 1779. 

ii. Elizabeth Shattuck, b. Sept. 27, 1782; m. Feb. 18, 1801, 
at Wallingford, Serrajah Hough, of New Haven, Conn., 
son of Lent and Rebecca (Tuttle) Hough, b. Mar. 26, 
1780 ; d. Aug. 3, 1853, at Meriden, Conn. 

hi. Worcester, b. July 8, 1784. 

iv. Paulina, b. ; m. Clapp, of Easthampton, Mass. 

v. Philena, b. ; m. Nov. 16, 1809, at Northampton, Lu- 
cius Clark, of Easthampton. 

vi. Lyman, b. . 

92 

Edmund 5 Avered (Avery) (Abner? Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Ricli- 
arc? 1 ), born Nov. 22, 1750, at Wallingford, Conn.; died, probably 
1806, at Wallingford ; married 1st, Aug. 6, 1771, at Wallingford, 

Sarah Roys [Rice] , daughter of Joseph Rice ; married 2d, , 

Anna . 

He lived all his life at Wallingford, where he was a tanner, 
and in 1773 received a life lease of a tanyard from Joseph Rice, 
who calls him son-in-law. His name was spelled, before 1790, 
Avered or Avery, indifferently, but in later years it was written 
Avery. The town records use both names, — his daughter, 
Nancy, being recorded born as an Avered, and married as Avery. 



Fifth Geyieratiov,. 99 



Mar. 31, 1806, Anna Avery and John Scarrit were appointed ad- 
ministrators of estate of Edward Avery, late of Wallingford. 
Children, recorded at Wallingford : 

i. Billious, 6 b. Jan. 14, 1773. 
218. ii. Wyllis, b. Feb. 24, 1775. 

iii. Thaddeus, b. Feb. 15, 1777; d. Mar. 2G, 1777. 
iv. Thaddeus, b. May 14, 1778. 

v. Nancy, b. Sept. 28, 1781 ; m. Dec. 25, 1800, Ira Rice, 
vi. Edmund, b. Sept. 18, 1783. 

Child of second wife : 

vii. Harry P., b. July 6, 1787. 

93 

Ambrose 5 Avered (Avery, Evemt) (Abnerf Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 
Bichard 1 ), born Dec. 7, 1752, at Wallingford, Conn. ; died Mar. 
31, 1813 ; married Hannah Mattoon, who died Apr. 23, 1835, 
aged 82. 

July 11 to Dec. 19, 1777, private Ambrose Avered served in the 
2d company, Capt. Street Hall, of Wallingford, 7th regiment, Col. 
Chas. Webb. Sept. 14, the regiment was ordered to Boston and 
assigned to Gen. Sullivan's brigade, on Winter Hill, where it re- 
mained until expiration of service, Dec, 1775. In 1779 he, with 
his brother, Amos, received 130 acres of land in the society of 
Northbury, town of Waterbury, Litchfield county, Conn., from 
their father, Abner Avered. In 1791, the brothers, Ambrose 
Averet and Amos Averet, divided the land, which they held in 
common. In 1794, Ambrose Event bought additional land in 
the same society. When Plymouth was incorporated in 1795, 
embracing tins society, Ambrose Averit was one of the incor- 
porators. 

Children : 

i. Polly, 6 b. , 1782; d. Sept. 18, 1814; m. P>arnes, 

and removed to N. Y. 
ii. Betsey, b. Oct. 22, 178G; d. June 28, 1804 ; m. Chauncey 

Bradley, b. Apr. 13, 1784 ; d. Sept. 20, 1803. Pesi.lence, 

Plymouth, 
iii. Ambrose, b. , 1791 ; d. Apr. 11, 1858, unm. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

94 

Eliphalet 6 Everett (John, 5 Joseph,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Mar. 14, 1783, at Mansfield, Mass., died Apr. 11, 1835, at 
Roxbuiy, Mass. ; married Apr. 3, 1809, Eliza Burrell, daughter of 
Lemuel and Jerusha Burrell; born Jan., 1790, at Roxbuiy; died 
Sept. 19, 1858, at Boston. He was a blacksmith and resided at 
Roxbury. 

Children, recorded at Roxbury : 

i. Eliza Maria, 7 b. Feb. 2, 1810; bur. Mar. 8, 1895; m. Ben- 
jamin F. Campbell; bur. July 1, 1878. 

219. ii. Isabel, b. July 19, 1811. 

hi. Eliphalet, b. Aug. 12, 1813; d. July 27, 1851, unm. 

220. iv. William, b. Jan. 26, 1821. 

221. v. George, b. Jan. 14, 1824. 

222. vi. Harriet A., b. Oct. 28, 1825. 

223. vii. Ellen Louise, b. Dec. 7, 1828. 

95 

George 6 Everett (John, 6 Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Apr. 22, 1785, at Mansfield, Mass. ; died June 11, 1864, at 
Wrentham, Mass. ; married Oct. 24, 1811, at Wrentham, Nancy 
Whiting, daughter of John and Lois (Fairbanks) Whiting, born 
Jan. 22, 1783, at Wrentham; died there May 16, 1867. He was a 
farmer and resided at Wrentham. He was a lieutenant in the 
State militia in 1813, and captain in 1817. 

Children, recorded at Wrentham : 

224. i. George Whiting, 7 b. Oct. 30, 1813. 

ii. Oliver, b. Dec. 6, 1817 ; living, 1893, on the family home- 
stead, unm. 

96 

Joseph 6 Everett (Joseph, 5 Joseph,* John, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Oct. 3, 1766, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died Sept. 23, 1838, at 
Foxboro' ; married Dec. 22, 1792, at Foxboro', Abigail Caswell, 
born Aug. 29, 1774, at Foxboro' ; died there Apr. 3, 1824. He 
was a currier and glove maker, and always lived at Foxboro'. 



Sixth Generation. 101 

Children, born at Foxboro' : 

i. George, 7 b. Nov. 2, 1793; d. Sept. 24, 1826. 
ii. Betsey, b. Sept. 8, 1795 ; d. Nov. 9, 1795. 

225. iii. Joseph Caswell, b. Aug. 23, 1796. 

iv. Eliza, b. Jan. 9, 1799; d. Feb. 19, 1801. 

226. v. Cyrus, b. Nov. 25, 1800. 

vi. Abigail, b. Jan. 3, 1803; d. Oct. 31, 1884; m. Nov. 6, 

1831, at Foxboro', James Westcott. 
vii. Peggv, b. Aug. 23, 1805; d. Sept. 23, 1806. 
viii. William Jenkins, b. Sept. 19, 1807; d. Sept. 15, 1827. 

227. ix. Nathaniel Ware, b. Nov. 18, 1810. 

x. Samuel Baldwin, b. Sept. 18, 1813; d. Feb. 28, 1858, at New- 
ton, Mass. ; m. Oct. 25, 1837, at Newton Upper Falls, 
Sarah Keyes, dau. of Stephen and Sally Keyes, b. May 
11, 1812, at Newton Upper Falls ; d. there Sept. 9, 1885. 

xi. Betsey, b. Sept. 19, 1816; m. Nov. 27, 1836, at Foxboro', 
Nelson Morse. 

97 

Richard 6 Everett (Joseph? Joseph? John? John? Richard 1 '), 
bom 1771, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died Dec. 22, 1834, at Foxboro' ; 
married Nov. 30, 1800, at Walpole, Mass., Caty Ellis. He lived 
at Foxboro' ; held pew 9 in the old meeting house ; was in 1794 
an active militia man. 

Child, born at Foxboro' : 

i. Tryphena, 7 b. Nov. 2, 1801; d. Feb. 22, 1823; m. Jan. 
24, 1822, Stephen Westcott. 

98 

Jesse 6 Everett (Jesse? Joseph? John? John? Richard 2 ), born 
Aug. 18, 1767, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died May 24, 1824, at Fox- 
boro', Mass. ; married June 27, 1793, at Stoughton, Mass., Eunice 
Hartwell, of Stoughton, who died June 23, 1823, aged 51 years. 

He lived at Wrentham at time of marriage, when he removed 
to Foxboro'. 

Children, recorded at Foxboro' : 

i. Sarah Hews, 7 b. Sept. 3, 1794; d. Jan. 3, 1822. 

ii. Eunice, b. Dec. 6, 1796; d. June 2, 1822. 
iii. Nancy, b. Dec. 10, 1802; d. before 1824. 
iv. Jane, b. June 11, 1807 ; d. before 1824. 

v. James, b. June 11, 1807. 
vi. Jesse, b. June 11, 1807; d. Aug. 9, 1807. 



102 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

99 

Leonard 6 Everett (Edward, 6 Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Sept. 26, 1787, at Sharon, Mass.; died Mar. 21, 1852, at 
Canton, Mass. ; married 1st, June 7, 1815, Almira Kimball, who 
died Aug. 15, 1825 ; married 2d, Dec. 12, 1826, Irena Mason, of 
Walpole, N. H., who died Feb. 5, 1834 ; married 3d, Sept. 10, 1834, 
Emeline Mason, of Walpole, who died Jan. 11, 1857, aged 48 
years. He resided at Canton, where he was town clerk in 1819. 

Children, born at Canton : 

i. Almira, 7 b. Apr. 28, 1816; m. June 27, 1837, Charles H. 

French, of Canton, 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 22, 1817 ; m. 1st, June 23, 1835, William 
Smith Otis, of Philadelphia, Pa., who d. Nov. 13, 1839; 
m. 2d, Mar. 23, 1845, Oliver S. Chapman, of Canton, 
who d. at Boston, Feb. 8, 1877. 

228. hi. Leonard Kimball, b. Nov. 24, 1819. 
iv. Charles Edward, b. Dec. 10, 1821. 

v. George, b. Apr. 16, 1824; d. June 11, 1836. 

Children of second wife : 

229. vi. Joseph Mason, b. Jan. 6, 1828. 

vii. Henry Webster, b. Mar. 29, 1829; d. Dec. 12, 1832. 
viii. Henry Otis, b. Feb. 3, 1834; d. Sept. 2, 1852. 

Children of third wife : 

ix. William Webster, b. May 19, 1835; d. June 29, 1880, at 

Canton. 
x. Sarah Emeline, b. May 20, 1840; d. May 23, 1840. 
xi. Caroline Irene, b. July 11, 1843. 

230. xh. George Endicott, b. July 9, 1846. 

100 
Oliver 6 Everett (Oliver, 5 Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Aug. 19, 1776, at Sharon, Mass.; died Dec. 21, 1843, at 
Lynn, Mass. ; married 1st, Nov. 30, 1800, at Portland, Me., Han- 
nah Stover, daughter of Wanton and Thankful Stover, baptized 
Feb. 11, 1770, in the First Church of Falmouth, Me. ; died Mar. 
23, 1806, at Portland ; married 2d, Aug. 12, 1810, at Portland, 
Mrs. Mary Bartol, daughter of Jonathan and Judith (Haskell) 



Sixth Generation. 103 



Low; baptized Nov. 26, 1786, at Gloucester, Mass. ; died at Plain- 
field, N. J. 

He removed in early manhood to Harpswell, Me., and later to 
Portland, where he passed the greater part of his life. He was a 
merchant, a man of many quiet charities, a fine vocalist, and an 
early member of the Handel and Haydn Society of Portland. 

Children : 

i. Theophilus Mayo, 7 b. ; d. in infancy. 

ii. Theophilus Stover, b. Oct. — , 1802 ; d. May 24, 1809. 
iii. Oliver, b. Sept. 3, 1804; d. Aug. 28, 1805, at Portland, 
iv. Hannah Stover, b. 1805; d. 1844. 

Children of second wife, born at Portland : 

231. v. Theophilus Capen, b. July 21, 1812. 

232. vi. Oliver, b. Sept. 21, 1815. 

vii. Joseph, b. May — , 1821 ; d. Aug. 31, 1821. 
viii. Charles Henry, b. Jan. 12, 1823; d. June 13, 1852, at San 
Juan del Sur, Cal. 
ix. Mary Elizabeth, b. Sept.—, 1824; d. Nov. 7, 1824. 

233. x. Julia Elizabeth, b. May 16, 1827. 

101 

Otis 6 Everett (Oliver, 5 Joseph,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born 
Oct. 17, 1778, at Sharon, Mass. ; died Jan. 4, 1840, at Fitchburg, 
Mass., and buried at Forest Hills, Boston, Mass. ; married 1st, May 
24, 1801, Hannah Ross, daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah Puss, 
born May 14, 1770, at Ipswich, Mass. ; died Aug. 30, 1804, at 
Boston; married 2d, Feb. 18, 1806, Elizabeth Hurd, daughter ol 
John and Mary (Russell) Hurd, of Boston, born Mar. 20, 1784; 
died May 26, 1822, at Boston; married 3d, Jan. 20,1820, Lucretia 
Gore, daughter of Jeremiah and Hannah (Richards) Gore, of I Jos- 
ton, born May 3, 1700; died July 23, 1832: married 4th, Nov. 21, 
1843, Mrs. Lydia (Doolittle) Lord, who died Nov. 21, 1882, aged 
82 years, at Northlield, Mass. 

The son of a farmer in a small country town, he enjoyed only 
a limited education, and at a very early age' went to Boston, 
where he served his apprenticeship in "old Master May's" store 



104 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

at the South end. On the death of Mr. May, he formed, at the 
age of nineteen, a partnership with John French, under the name 
of French and Everett. Both being young men of energy and 
enterprise, their store became a favorite resort, and they accumu- 
lated large fortunes. This firm was dissolved in 1817, and Mr. 
Everett formed a new partnership with Richard Childs, at the head 
of Central wharf. After a few years he retired from business. 
He was elected to several offices under the city and State govern- 
ments, but his health failing, he retired to the country to reside 
with his son, Rev. Oliver Capen Everett, at Northfield, Mass. The 
rest of his life was passed between the country and the city ; but 
not in idleness, for it was his most striking characteristic that he 
never knew how to be idle. The last few years of his life were 
occupied in a constant series of labors for others. 
Children : 

i. Hannah, 7 b. July 13, 1802; d. July 13, 1802. 

234. ii. Otis, b. June 5, 1803. 

iii. Hannah Ross, b. Aug. 18, 1804; d. Sept. 29, 1805. 

Children of second wife : 

235. iv. Rebecca Lepington, b. June 13, 1807. 

v. Catherine Elizabeth, b. Aug. 17, 1808 ; d. May 6, 1809. 

vi. John Hurd, b. Jan. 16, 1810; d. July 29, 1889, unm. 

236. vii. Oliver Capen, b. Aug. 20, 1811. 

237. viii. Hannah Elizabeth, b. Jan. 15, 1813. 

ix. Mary Russell, b. Dec. 24, 1814; d. Nov. 18, 1853; m. Nov. 

21, 1833, Samuel S. Curtis, son of Samuel and Nancy 

(Shepard) Curtis, b. Apr. 18, 1806, at Hallowell, Me. ; d. 

Jan. 26, 1874, at Jamaica Plain, Mass. 
x. Susan Capen, b. Jan. 2, 1817; d. Oct. 4, 1844; m. Jan. 2, 

1838, John Alexander Richardson, 
xi. Anne Foster, b. Nov. 6, 1820 ; d. Apr. 4, 1881 ; m. June 

9, 1842, Alfred H. Sumner, son of Samuel and Martha 

(Saunders) Sumner, b. Apr. 28, 1809, at Brighton, Mass. ; 

d. Apr. 5, 1896, at Boston. 

Child of third wife : 

xii. Lucretia Gore, b. July 15, 1832; living, 1896, at Boston ; 
m. Nov. 13, 1856, Edward Arthur French, son of Arthur 
and Mary (Goddard) French, b. Aug. 14, 1831, at Bos- 
ton; d. there, June 29, 1889. 



Sixth Generation. 105 



102 

Moses 6 Eveeett (Oliver? Joseph? John? John? Richard 1 }, born 
Dec. 26, 1780, at Sharon, Mass. ; died Mar. 11, 1845, at Boston, 
Mass.; buried at Forest Hills; married Nov. 8, 1810, Elizabeth 
Gore, daughter of Jeremiah and Hannah (Richards) Gore, born 
Nov. 2, 1786; died Feb. 17, 1845, at Boston. He was a mer- 
chant in Boston, in partnership with his brother, Aaron Everett, 
and later with Leonard Ware. 

Children, born at Boston : 

i. Susan, 7 b. Oct. 9, 1811 ; d. Feb. 3, 1838, unm. 

ii. Eliza Gore, b. Aug. 15, 1813; living, 1901, at Boston; 
in. Apr. 18, 1861, at Boston, Dr. Moses Williams Weld, 
son of Daniel and Hannah (AVilliams) Weld, b. Aug. 15, 
1817 ; d. Jan. 16, 1893, at Boston. 

iii. Mary Ripley, b. Sept. 29, 1816 ; d. Nov. 3, 1897, at Boston ; 
m. Aug. 22, 1839, Francis Boyd, son of James and Mar- 
garet (Curry) Boyd. 

iv. Catherine, b. Dec. 22, 1818 ; d. Jan. 23, 1837, unm. 

v. Moses, b. Jan. 6, 1829; d. Dec. 10, 1841. 

103 

Aaron 6 Everett ( Oliver? Joseph? John? John? Richard 1 }, born 
Jan. 2, 1783, at Sharon, Mass. ; died Feb. 6, 1863, at Boston ; 
married Feb. 22, 1807, Sarah McKendry, daughter of Capt. Archi- 
bald and Sarah (Crane) McKendry, born Jan. 7, 1786, at Stough- 
ton, Mass. ; died Sept. — , 1863, at Boston. He was a merchant 
in Boston, in partnership with his brother, Moses Everett. 

Children, born at Boston : 

i. Maria, 7 b. Feb. 29, 1808; d. Apr. 25, 1856, unm. 
ii. Sarah, b. Nov. 8, 1810; d. Dec. 19, 1839; m. Nov. 22, 

1837, Henry Price, 
iii. Aaron, b. Nov. 16, 1812; d. Dec. 12, 1817. 
iv. Emmeline, b. Apr. 10, 1815; d. Apr. 2, 1834, unm. 
v. Elizabeth Hurd, b. July 2, 1817; d. Sept. 20, 1854; m. 

Feb. 4, 1840, Elijah Spare, son of Elijah and Sally 

(Clapp) Spare, 
vi. Caroline, b. Feb. 19, 1820; d. July 20, 1892; m. .June 10, 

1840, as his second wife, Henry Price, 
vii. Aaron, b. Mar. 8, 1822; d. Mar. 5, 1 S27. 
238. viii. George, b. Nov. 12, 1825. 



106 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

104 

Ebenezer 6 Everett (Ebenezer, 5 Ebenezer* John, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 }, born May 12, 1766, at Dedham, Second Parish, now Nor- 
wood, Mass. ; died there March 15, 1842 ; married 1st, Aug. 27, 
1788, at Dedham, Mille Gay, daughter of Jesse and Sarah Gay, 
born June 20, 1770, at Dedham ; died there Apr. 15, 1790 ; married 
2d, Aug. 14, 1792, at Dedham, Sarah Morse, daughter of Oliver and 
Sarah Morse, bom Feb. 22, 1772; died Nov. 10, 1828. She was 
admitted to full communion in the Second Church, June 16, 1805. 

He inherited one-half of his father's real estate, and his oldest 
son, Moses, inherited the other half ; the homestead being in the 
present town of Norwood. 

Children, born at Dedham : 

239. i. Moses, 7 b. Feb. 4, 1790. 

Children of second wife : 

240. ii. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 30, 1792. 

241. iii. Willard, b. July 29, 1795. 

iv. Infant, b. Dec. 1, 1797; d. Dec. 4, 1797. 

242. v. Oliver, b. Nov. 11, 1798. 

243. vi. Charles, b. Nov. 2, 180jO. 

vii. Mille Gay, b. Feb. 6, 1803; d. May 20, 1848 ; m. Dec. 11, 

1825, at Dedham, Joseph Clapp of Roxbury, Mass. 
viii. Leonard, b. Jan. 8, 1805 ; d. at sea, unm. 
ix. Vina Morse, b. Aug. 30, 1806; d. May 17, 1877; m. June 

21, 1835, Samuel E. Pond, of Walpole, Mass. 
x. Lewis, b. June 13, 1809; d. July 31, 1864, at Norwood. 

105 

Hon. Melatiah 6 Everett (John, 5 Ebenezer* John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born June 24, 1777, in that part of Wrentham, Mass., 
which became Foxboro' ; died Feb. 26, 1858, at Wrentham ; mar- 
ried Oct. 20, 1805, Nancy Shaw, born July 6, 1783, at Raynham, 
Mass. ; died Mar. 22, 1861, at Wrentham. She was daughter of 
Col. Jonathan Shaw, of Raynham, a gallant soldier of the Rev- 
olution, and Lydia Godfrey, who married second, Dr. George 
Wheaton, of Norton, Mass. 

He was graduated at Brown University in 1802; afterwards 
studied law with Dr. George Wheaton, of Norton, then Judge 





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Sixth Generation. 107 



Wheaton, whose step-daughter he married, and practiced his pro- 
fession in Foxboro' until his house burned down, in 1832, when 
he removed to Wrentham. He was town clerk and treasurer of 
Foxboro', justice of the peace and quorum, representative to the 
General Court in 1831, and senator for Norfolk county 1841 and 
1812. He had much self-respect and dignity of character. After 
his removal, when the church at Wrentham demanded that he 
should denounce the Masonic fraternity, of which he had been a 
member, he refused to do so and retained his membership with 
the church of Foxboro' until his death. He was fond of horticul- 
ture, and Ins garden contained every new fruit, or flower, that he 
could obtain. He was quiet and unostentatious in his manner; 
was a great reader who remembered everything he read ; was one 
of the most learned men in Norfolk county, and an early and 
decided advocate of the temperance reform in 1817. His will 
was dated Apr. 4, 1855, and proved Feb. 1, 1859. 

Having no children, he adopted two daughters of his twin 
brother, Metcalf Everett, — Eleanor Ware Everett and Nancy 
Shaw Everett, who inherited his estate. 



106 

Capt. Metcalf 6 Everett (John, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born June 24, 1777, in that part of Wrentham, Mass., 
which became Foxboro' ; died Aug. 22, 1858, at Foxboro', and 
was buried at Wrentham ; married July 4, 1801, Fanny Shepard, 
daughter of Major Joseph and Abigail (Hodges) Shepard,* of 

* Major Joseph Shepard, of Foxboro', Mass., b. Apr. 11, 174t>, d. Jan. 4, 
1832, was the son of Joseph Shepard, of Foxboro', and Mary Pond, dau. of 
Ephraim Pond, of Wrentham. He was one of the Wrentham minute-mon, 
who marched to Boston at the Lexington alarm, and served as corporal in 
Capt. Samuel Fisher's company, from Wrentham, in the Rhode Island cam- 
paign, 1776. — [Mass. Rev. Rolls, xii: 10; ii: 16V£.] He was commissioned first 
lieutenant, July 1, 1781, and held this position until the end of the war, as 
appears by the roster in the office of the Adj't-General of Mass. He married 
May 21, 1772, Abigail Hodges, b. Oct. 4, 174U; d. Apr. 10, 1808, dau. of Lieut. 
Elijah Hodges, of Mansfield, Mass., who served in the Crown Point Expedi- 
tion, French and Indian War, from May 12, 1759, to Nov. 25, 1759, as second 
lieutenant under Capt. Nathan Hodges. — [Mass. Military Rolls, xcvii: 379.] 
He served also as a minute man in the Mansfield company at tbe Lexingtou 
alarm. —[Mass. Rev. Rolls, xiii: 190.] 



108 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Foxboro', born Mar. 10, 1780, at Foxboro' ; died there Nov. 2, 
1859, and was buried at Wrentham. 

He was a farmer at Foxboro', where he lived the greater part 
of his life ; for a few years he was engaged in manufacture at 
Haydenville, Mass., with his brother-in-law, Daniel Hayden. The 
war of 1812-15 interfered with this enterprise, and he returned 
to his native place. He was town assessor for two years, consta- 
ble for twenty years, and captain of a foot company in the 2d 
regiment, 2d brigade, 1st division, Mass. militia, 1812 to 1814. 
He led the church choir for nearly forty years. He was a man of 
unusual physical strength and endurance ; in his earlier years, he 
had the distinction, then deemed considerable, of being the cham- 
pion wrestler of his town and the vicinity. When seventy-five 
years old, he walked to church in Boston and back the same day. 
His character was marked by a singular serenity of temper which 
nothing could disturb. His son, John M. Everett, was appointed 
administrator of his estate, Oct. 5, 1858. 

Children, recorded at Foxboro' : 

i. Fanny Shepard, 7 b. Dec. 1, 1801; d. Dec. 19, 1883, at 
Foxboro', unm. She was a woman of great conversa- 
tional power and originality of thought, and one who 
strongly attached young people to herself by her hospi- 
tality and affection. At the time of her death she was 
the oldest postmistress in the United States. 

244. ii. John Metcalf, b. Mar. 16, 1803. 

245. iii. Eleanor Ware, b. Mar. 26, 1805. 

246. iv. Abigail Hodges, b. Mar. 25, 1807. 

v. Laura, b. July 10, 1809; d. Nov. 13, 1809. 
vi. Joseph, b. Oct. 7, 1813; d. Oct. 11, 1813. 
vii. Alexander Kontocoff, b. Mar. 17, 1815; d. Apr. 21, 1816. 

247. viii. Nancy Shaw, b. June 17, 1817. 

ix. Harriet Edna, b. June 9, 1821 ; d. Nov. 21, 1883, at Fox- 
boro', unm. 

107 
Hon. Horace 6 Everett (John, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born July 18, 1779, at Foxboro', Mass.; died Jan. 30, 
1851, at Windsor, Vt. ; married Oct. 30, 1811, at Windsor, Vt., 
Mary Leverett, daughter of William and Lucretia (Hallam) Lev- 




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erett, a descendant of John Leverett, governor of Mass., 1673- 
1679, born July 14, 1792, at Windsor, Vt. ; died in 1877, at 
Angelica, N. Y. 

He was graduated at Brown University, 1797, and removed 
the same year to Windsor, where he studied law with Amasa 
Paine, Esq., and commenced practice in 1800. He was District 
Attorney for Windsor county 1813-17 ; member of the State 
Legislature 1819 and 1822, and a prominent member of the Con- 
stitutional Convention in 1828. He was representative in the 
U. S. Congress from 1828 to 1843, at which time he was the oldest 
member, or the " father of the house." While serving in Congress, 
his thorough knowledge of the manufacturing interests of the 
country was recognized, and his speeches upon matters concern- 
ing them were received and read with marked attention. He was 
also a zealous advocate on the floor of the house, of the rights of 
the American Indians. As a member of the Ways and Means 
Committee, he took an important part in the framing of the tariff 
of 1842. This owed its perfection, and probably its passage, to 
the foresight and industry of Mr. Everett, who, perceiving that 
the tariff bill must be passed early in the coming short session of 
Congress, if passed at all, remained in Washington, many weeks 
after the close of the first session, to complete and perfect this 
tariff bill. It was called after the chairman of the Ways and 
Means Committee, " the Fillmore tariff,'" but it was really the 
tariff of Horace Everett, whose profound knowledge of the manu- 
facturing interests of the country determined its form, and whose 
sagacity and industry secured its passage. 

Children, born at Windsor : 



i. Mary Frances, 7 b. July 1, 1812; m. Charles Hopkins, law- 
yer, res., 1861, K Y. 
ii. Anne Elizabeth, b. May 9, 1814; d. Apr. 18, 1841. 

248. iii. William, b. Oct. 15, 1816. 

249. iv. Horace, b. Feb. 8, 1819. 

250. v. Edward, b. June 15, 1821. 

vi. Helen, b. Aug. 19, 1823; m. Nov. 12, 1856, Judge John 
G. Collins, of Angelica, b. Apr. "24, 1809, at Geneva, 
N. Y., and was living, 1861, at Angelica. 



110 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

251. vii. George Leonard, b. Dec. 10, 1825. 

viii. Torrey, b. Aug. 23, 1828; d. Sept. 21, 1842, at Windsor. 



108 

Linus 6 Everett (Andrew? Ebenezer, 4 John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born June 28, 1767, at Dedharn, Mass. ; died July 18, 1825, at 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. ; married Mary Clark, of Peru, Mass. He 
was a weaver, a musician, a farmer and a gardener, always in 
bumble circumstances. He lived at Worthington, Mass., the 
greater part of his life. 

Children, born at Worthington : 

252. i. Linus Smith, 7 b. May 14, 1795. 

ii. Lucius, b. , 1798 ; d. unm., it is supposed at sea, on a 

voyage from Charleston, S. C, to New York, 
hi. Betsey, b. , 1800; d. Oct. 12, 1878; m. Stowe, 

and settled at Buffalo, N. Y. 
iv. Sally, b. , 1805; d. 1822, unm. 



109 

James 6 Everett (Andrew, 6 Ebenezer, 4 John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Oct. 16, 1771, at Dedharn, Mass.; died Oct. 29, 1848, at 
Cummington, Mass. ; married Feb. 21, 1803, at Northampton, 
Mass., Phebe Clark, daughter of Oliver Clark, b. Mar. 19, 1784, 
at Northampton; died June 17, 1846, at Cummington. 

His early advantages were slight, but he was a man of the Ben- 
jamin Franklin type — read much, reflected more, a practical phil- 
osopher, a wise counselor, a leading man in the community. In 
1800, as of Partridgefield, now Peru, Mass., he bought lot 194, 
of 100 acres, at Worthington; and in 1819 or '20, he bought 160 
acres at Worthington and Cummington. 

Children, i-ix born at Worthington, x-xv at Cummington : 

253. i. James Smith, 7 b. Dec. 1, 1803. 

ii. Phebe Parsons, b. June 14, 1805; d. Aug. 26, 1805. 

254. hi. Edwin, b. May 24, 1806. 

255. iv. Julia, b. Apr. 8, 1808. 
250. v. Laura, b. Apr. 4, 1810. 



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257. vi. Oliver, b. Sept. 12, 1811. 

vii. Rufus, b. Apr. 26, 1813 ; d. Jan. 15, 1841, at Princeton, 

111., unm. 
viii. Maria, b. Feb. 12, 1815; d. Apr. 1, 1894, at Cummington ; 

m. June 16, 1841, at Cummington, Lucius Bartlett. 

258. ix. John, b. Nov. 25, 1816. 

x. Lewis, b. Mar. 19, 1819; d. July 14, 1825. 

xi. Melissa, b. May 22, 1820; living, 1896, at Cummington; 

m. Nov. 13, 1847, Francis Howland Dawes, son of 

Mitcbel and Mercy (Burgess) Dawes, b. May 11, 1819, 

at Cummington; d. Jan. 20, 1893, at Northampton. 

xii. Arthur, b. June 16, 1822 ; d. May 4, 1825. 

xiii. Horace, b. Feb. 15, 1825 ; d. June 13, 1830. 

xiv. Marcus, b. Aug. 31, 1826; d. Aug. 22, 1849, at New York 
City, unm. 

xv. Sarah A., b. ; d. Oct. 1, 1828. 



110 

Jason 6 Everett (Andrew, 5 Ebenezerf John? John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born July 16, 1774, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Sept. 15, 1853, at 

Chesterfield, Mass. ; married 1st, , 1812, Rachel Sprague, 

daughter of David Sprague, who died in 1829 ; married 2d, , 

Lucy Abbott, born at Worthington, Mass. ; died , at Chester- 
field. He was a farmer and resided at Peru, Worthington and 
Chesterfield. Mar. 1, 1803, as of Worthington, he bought part of 
lot 160, at Worthington, and Apr. 5, of same year, sold it. May 
3, 1819, as of Chesterfield, he sold a mortgage on part of the same 
lot. 

Children, born at Chesterfield : 

i. Electa, 7 b. , 1814; m. and resided at Cleveland, Ohio. 

h. Elvira, b. , 1816; m. Richmond, and resided at 

Cleveland. 

259. iii. David W., b. , 1819. 

260. iv. Andrew J., b. , 1822. 

v. Daniel, b. , 1826 ; d. 1839. 

Ill 
Andrew 6 Everett (Andrew 5 Ebenezerf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born May 7, 1777, at Dedham, Mass. ; died May 7, 1857, at Cum- 
mington, Mass. ; married Feb. 7, 1803, his cousin, Betsey Everett, 



112 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

daughter of Phinehas and Mary (Clapp) Everett, born Sept. 20, 
1779, at Rutland, Mass. ; died Jan. 27, 1770, at Cummington. He 
moved in youth to Peru, Mass., was an honest and respectable farmer 
in Worthington, and died in Cummington. Nov. 2, 1804, as of 
Worthington, he bought 50 acres, being west half of lot 161, in 
Worthington. 

Children, born at Worthington : 

261. i. Addison, 7 b. Mar. 2, 1805. 

262. ii. Mary Smith Clapp, b. Jan. 13, 1807. 

263. hi. Horatio, b. Aug. 31, 1809. 

264. iv. Franklin, b. Jan. 26, 1812. 

265. v. Betsey S., b. Apr. 7, 1815. 

266. vi. Moses, b. June 14, 1818. 

vii. Emily, b. Nov. 16, 1823; m. May 7, 1845, at Newburgh, 
N. Y., her cousin, John 7 Everett, son of James and Phebe 
(Clark) Everett. 

112 

Oliver 6 Everett (Andrew, 5 Ebenezer,* John, s John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born May 27, 1782, at Dedhani, Mass. ; died June 24, 1830, at 

Mt. Upton, Chenango county, N. Y. ; married Hamilton. 

He was a man of good local standing in Chenango county, N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Sophronia, 7 b. Feb. 25, 1809; d. May, 1831, unm. 
ii. Harriett, b. Aug. 27, 1810; d. Feb. 5, 1858; m. June — , 

1845, Winn, of 111. 

hi. Catherine, b. Feb. 7, 1812 ; d. Jan. 19, 1833 ; m. , 1831, 

Landon Daniels, 
iv. Maria, b. Apr. 24, 1813 ; probably dead in 1862 ; m. , 

1842, Philetus Ford, of Pennsylvania, 
v. Amanda, b. Apr. 26, 1814; d. Feb. 5, 1854, at Dixon, 111.; 

m. about 1837, George Latham, of Guilford, Chenango 

countv, N. Y. 
vi. Emily, b. Apr. 25, 1818, at Butternuts, Otsego county, 

N. Y.; d. Nov. 12, 1842, at Dixon, 111.; m. Aug. 2, 

1828, her cousin, Dr. Oliver 7 Everett, son of James and 

Phebe (Clark) Everett, 
vii. Alexander, b. Mar. 18, 1820; removed about 1835, with a 

maternal uncle, to Mobile, Ala. 
viii. Matilda, b. July 20, 1823; m. , 1842, Beckwith, 

of Butte des Morts, Wis. 



Sixth Generation. 113 



113 

Phinehas 6 Everett (Phinehas, 5 Ebenezer* John, 5 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Apr. 22, 1776, at Rutland, Mass. ; died July 30, 1830, 

at Bradford, N. H. ; married 1st, , Lydia Bullard, born , 

at Oakham, Mass., died , at Deering, N. H. ; married 2d, 

, Hannah Sawyer, daughter of Josiah and Lydia Sawyer, 

born Feb. 10, 1773, at Dracut, Mass.; died Sept. 27, 1860, at 
Lowell, Mass. He was a farmer at Stockbridge, Vt., and at 
Bradford, N. H. His will, dated July 29, 1830, proved the 
following month, mentions his wife Hannah Everett, daughter 
Alice, and sons Lucius and Horace. 

Children, born at Stockbridge : 

i. Alice Lydia, 7 b. , 1800; d. Oct. 27, 1877, at Newton, 

Mass., unm. 

267. ii. Lucius, b. Apr. 16, 1804. 

268. iii. Horace, b. July 22, 1806. 

114 

Ebenezer 6 Everett (Phinehas, 6 Ebenezer* John? John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Feb. 23, 1782, at Rutland, Mass. ; died Dec. 18, 1835, 
at Montville, Me. ; married 1st, , Harriet Watson, of Leices- 
ter, Mass., who died Aug. — , 1810, at Montville; married 2d, 
Nov. 1, 1812, Rebecca Milliken, of Montville. He went with his 
parents from Rutland, Mass., to Davistown plantation, now Mont- 
ville, about the year 1805, where he passed the remainder of Ins 
life, and was buried in the cemetery in the south part of the town. 
He was a wealthy farmer, and for a number of years a justice of 
the peace and a postmaster. 

Children, born at Montville : 

i. Son, 7 b. ; d. in infancy. 

269. ii. George, b. Mar. 9, 1808. 

Children of second wife : 

iii. Ellen Jane Dana, b. Sept. 2, 1816; m. July 1, 1832, Dr. 
Benjamin Ober, who d. May 13, 1S<>7. They lived at 
Montville and Machias, Me., Wilkesbarre, Penn., New 
Orleans, La., and San Francisco, Cal. 



114 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iv. Eliza Townley, b. Oct. 12, 1824 ; m. Mar. 23, 1843, Charles 
H. Hunt, of Liberty, Me., b. Sept. 2, 1819, at Charles- 
town, Mass. They lived at Montville and Bangor, Me., 
Charlestown, Medford and Boston, Mass. 

270. v. Edward, b. July 11, 1828. 

vi. Frances, b. July 21, 1832; m. Jan. 22, 1852, Capt. John 
John W. Carleton, of Belfast, Me. They were living, 
1868, at Newton, Mass. 

115 

Marcus 6 Everett (Aaron? Ebenezer? John, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Feb. 29, 1772, at Mend on, Mass.; died Apr. 20, 1834, at 
Wrentham, Mass. ; married May 14, 1798, at Foxboro', Mass., 
Jemima Clark, born May 13, 1773 ; died at Wrentham, Mar. 10, 
1835, and was buried at Pondville. He lived at Foxboro' at the 
time of marriage, but within a few years moved to Wrentham. He 
is reputed to have made, about 1816, the first bass viol used in the 
meeting house at Foxboro'. 

Children : 

i. Harriet, 7 b. Feb. 22, 1799, at Foxboro'; d. Apr. 20, 1818, 

at Wrentham. 
ii. Jemima Clark, b. Apr. 27, 1801. 

271. iii. Marcus, b. Sept. 15, 1804. 

iv. Adeline, b. Sept. 10, 1806; d. Nov. 17, 1877, at Paw- 
tucket, R. I. ; m. June 4, 1833, at Wrentham, Dr. Benoni 
Carpenter, of North Attleboro', Mass. 

v. Abigail Holbrook, b. Nov. 20, 1808, at Wrentham; d. 
there July 3, 1868, unm. 

272. vi. Aaron Emilius, b. Oct. 2, 1811. 

vii. Chloe Emeline, b. Oct. 2, 1811 ; d. Aug. 9, 1851, at Wren- 
tham. 
viii. Nancy Maria, b. Nov. 6, 1816, at Wrentham; d. Jan. 30, 
1888, at Walpole, Mass. 

116 
Samuel Holbrook 6 Everett ( Aaron, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Oct. 5, 1773, at Mendon, Mass.; died May 8, 
1826, at Dorchester, Mass. ; married Nov. 29, 1798, at Foxboro', 
Mass., his second cousin, Peggy Everett, daughter of Lieut. 
Joseph and Kezia (Ware) Everett, born Apr. 30, 1774, at Fox- 
boro' ; died Oct. 29, 1859, at Attleboro', Mass. As a young man 



Sixth Generation. 115 



he lived at Foxboro'. In 1794 he was enrolled as an active 
militia man. After his marriage he settled at Dorchester, where 
he followed his occupation as a house-wright. 
Children, recorded at Dorchester : 

i. Samuel, 7 b. and d. Sept. 2, 1800. 

ii. Caroline, b. , 1803. 

hi. Lydia Holbrook, b. Sept. 25, 1806; d. May 3, 1843, at 

Attleboro'; m. June 1, 1828, Samuel Reed Cummings, 

of New York, 
iv. Lucy Hill, b. Jan. 28, 1809; d. young, 
v. Lucy, b. June 1, 1811 ; d. Mar. 24, 1861, at Attleboro'; m. 

April 23, 1851, at Attleboro', Sylvester Richardson, son 

of Noah and I. Richardson, 
vi. Samuel Holbrook, b. July 18, 1813; d. June 15, 1840, at 

Attleboro'. 

117 

Capt. Daniel 6 Everett (Aaron, 5 Ube?iezer, i John, 3 John, 2 Rieh- 
ard 1 '), born June 1, 1783, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died May 16, 1855, 
at Wrentham, Mass. ; married 1st, Jan. 1, 1807, at Medfield, 
Mass., Sarah Mann, of Medfield, who died Mar. 18, 1808, at Fox- 
boro', aged 27 years ; married 2d, April 6, 1809, at Wrentham, 
Clarissa Pond, who died March 12, 1845, aged 61 years, 4 months 
and 9 days. He and his wives are buried in Pondville cemetery. 

He was a farmer and lived at Foxboro', where he was a select- 
man, 1818-1828. He commanded the light infantry company 
which served fifty-six days, in and about the forts of Boston har- 
bor, during the war of 1812, for which service he received from 
the United States a bounty land warrant for 120 acres. 

Children of second wife, recorded at Foxboro' : 

273. i. Edmund Tyler, 7 b. May 24, 1812. 

274. ii. Samuel Holbrook, b. Jan. 23, 1815. 

Hi. Sarah Mann, b. Jan. 17, 1818; m. Sept. 23, 1850, at 
Wrentham, James T. Hobart, son of Noah and Deborah 
Hobart, b. at Abington, Mass., and at the time of this, 
his second marriage, a resident of Cincinnati, Ohio. 

275. iv. Abijah Pond, b. Aug. 10, 1820. 

v. Alexander Francis, b. Dec. 12, 1822; d. Feb. 23, 1823. 
vi. Eliza Maria, b. June 21, 1825; living, 1 S73, at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., unm. 



116 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

118 

Rev. James 6 Everett (Moses, 5 Ebenezerf John, 8 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Oct. 13, 1782, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died Apr. 12, 
1837, at Port Mahon, Spain; married Oct. 13, 1806, Hannah Vin- 
cent, daughter of Benjamin and Relief Vincent, born Sept. 13, 
1786, at Boston; died there July 5, 1853. He was graduated at 
Harvard College in 1802, became a chaplain in the United States 
Navy, served on the frigates Constellation and Independence, and 
at the Charlestown (Mass.), Navy Yard. He died while attached 
to the Mediterranean fleet. 

Children, born at Dorchester: 

i. Charles James, 7 b. Aug. 11, 1807; d. May 4, 1859, unm. 

ii. Frederic William, b. Jan. 28, 1809; d. June 18, 1888, at 
Boston, unm. 

hi. Ellery Vincent, b. Dec. 25, 1812; d. Nov. 23, 1841, at sea, 
unm. 

iv. Ann Caroline, b. Dec. 29, 1819; d. Nov. 30, 1893, at Bos- 
ton, unm. 

v. Mary, b. Sept. — , 1827 ; d. Nov. 21, 1827, at Boston. 

119 

Charles 6 Everett (Moses, 6 Ebenezer,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Oct. 25, 1785, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died Apr. 25, 1851, at 
Quincy, 111.; married Jan. 7, 1811, at Boston, Mass., Elizabeth 
Boyle, daughter of Capt. John Boyle, of Marblehead and Boston, 
who died Sept. 26, 1864, at Roxbury, Mass. He was a merchant 
at Boston until 1815, and in the China trade at London, Eng., 
from 1816 to 1840. In 1840, he returned to Boston with his 
family, and in 1841, went West, settling at Quincy, 111., where 
the last ten years of his life were passed. 

Children, i-ii born at Boston, iii-vi at London : 

276. i. Charles, 7 b. Nov. 13, 1811. 

ii. Elizabeth Boyle, b. Nov. 17, 1813; d. Aug. 10, 1890, at 
Roxbury, unm. 

277. in. Edward, b. Mar. 31, 1818. 

278. iv. Samuel Williams, b. Aug. 25, 1820. 

v. Catharine Digby, b. Nov. 1, 1822 ; living, 1901, at Roxbury. 
vi. Evelina Elizabeth Crary, b. July 18, 1826; living, 1901, at 
Roxbury. 



Sixth Generation. 117 



120 

Ebenezer 6 Everett (Moses, 5 Ebenezer,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 *), 
born Aug. 15, 1788, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died Feb. 6, 1869, at 
Brunswick, Me.; married July 4, 1819, at Beverly, Mass., Joanna 
Batchelder Prince, daughter of Joseph and Joanna (Batchelder) 
Prince, who died Sept. 5, 1859, aged 70 years, 6 months, 10 days, 
at Bangor, Me., while on a visit for the purpose of attending her 
son's ordination. 

He taught school at Dorchester, was graduated at Harvard 
College in 1806, studied law, and was admitted to the bar; he 
practiced his profession at Beverly, Mass., until 1817, when he 
removed to Brunswick, and spent the remainder of his life 
there. He was elected, in 1822, member of the Maine Historical 
Society. In 1825, he was appointed the first cashier of the Union 
Bank, in Brunswick, a position he held for fourteen years, per- 
formed the duties of that office, at the same time continuing 
the practice of his profession. In 1828, he was elected one of the 
trustees of Bowdoin College, and held the position for thirty-six 
years, serving as secretary of the board for several years. Infirm- 
ities of age compelled him to resign. He was a master in chancery, 
and often a referee. By his ability and strict integrity, he secured 
the confidence of the public, and his professional employment was 
large and profitable. In 1838, he was appointed one of three com- 
missioners to revise and codify the public statutes of Maine. This 
important work constitutes Vol. I of the Revised Statutes of 
Maine, a valuable acquisition to the legal profession. In 1840, he 
represented the town of Brunswick in the Maine legislature. 

Children, recorded at Brunswick: 

i. Joanna B., 7 b. Apr. 22, 1820; d. Aug. 24, 1821. 
ii. Moses, b. Apr. 5, 1822; d. June 19, 1840. 
hi. William Thorndike, b. Dec. 18, 1823; d. Oct. 6, 1825. 
iv. Sarah Ellen, b. Oct. 5, 1825; d. Feb. 5, 1847. 
v. Elizabeth Gumming, b. Sept. 15, 1827; d. Sept, 1, 1828. 
279. vi. Charles Carroll, b. June 19, 1829. 

121 
Thomas 6 Everett (Moses? Ebenezer,* John, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Feb. 2, 1791, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died May 23, 1837, at 



118 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Boston, Mass. ; married Dec. 5, 1820, Nancy Williams Wright, 
daughter of Obadiah and Nancy (Ruggles) Wright, of Boston, 
born May 19, 1789, at Boston; died Nov. 20, 1858, at Roxbury, 
Mass. He was a merchant at Boston, living at Dorchester in 
1814. After marriage, he lived at Boston. 
Children, born at Boston : 

i. Child, 7 b. June 2, 1822; d. June 2, 1822. 
ii. Thomas Wright, b. Nov. 4, 1823; d. Sept. 4, 1895, at 
Waikapu, Maui, Hawaiian Islands; m. Feb. 8, 1860, at 
Lahaina, Hawaiian Islands, Ellen Richardson, daughter 
of George Richardson, b. about 1834, at Waikapu ; 
d. there Dec. 1, 1890. After leaving school, he learned 
the printer's trade at West Brookfield, Mass., returned to 
Boston in 1848, and the following year sailed in the bark 
Orb, for San Francisco, Cal. A few months later he 
went to Honolulu, and was appointed dej^uty sheriff of 
the island of Maui, afterwards sheriff of tbat and other 
islands, collector of the port, and held other govern- 
ment offices until 1893, when he resigned. He lived 
at Waikapu. 

hi. Anna Sophia Tileston, b. Mar. 9, 1825; living, 1901, at 
Roxbury. 

iv. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 29, 1826; d. Sept. 7, 1826. 
v. Elizabeth, b. June 30, 1827; d. Mar. 5, 1855. 

vi. Caroline Frances, b. June 8, 1830; living, 1901, at Rox- 
bury. 

Francis 6 Everett (Moses, 5 Ebenezerf John? John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Nov. 25, 1795, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died there June 30, 
1835 ; married Oct. 5, 1820, Nancy Barnard, daughter of John 
and Ann Barnard, of Dorchester, born Sept. 29, 1797, at Phillips- 
ton, Mass. ; died Jan. 8, 1883, at Dorchester. They lived at Dor- 
chester. 

Children, born at Dorchester : 

i. Ann Barnard, 7 b. July 21, 1821 ; d. Aug. 15, 1821. 
ii. Emeline Augusta, b. Dec. 12, 1822; d. May 11, 1889. 
iii. Mary Caroline, b. Oct. 12, 1824; living, 1901, at Roxbury, 
Mass. ; m. June 2, 1854, William Page Barnard, who died 
May 4, 1858. 
iv. Francis, b. Sept. 29, 1827; d. Nov. 25, 1833. 
v. John, b. Feb. 12, 1830; d. June 11, 1832. 



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123 

Rev. Stevens 6 Everett (Jibses, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Dec. 14, 1797, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died there Feb. 
22, 1833; married Sept. 29, 1821, at Beverly, Mass., Emily 
Abbot, daughter of Rev. Abiel and Eunice (Wales) Abbot, of 
Wilton, N. H., born Feb. 4, 1799; living, 1901, at Cambridge, 
Mass. He was graduated at Harvard College in 1815 ; settled 
in the ministry, at Hallowell, Me., Sept. 15, 1824 ; failing health 
caused his resignation about 1832. . 

Children, born at Hallowell : 

i. Henry Gardner, 7 b. Dec. 27, 1825 ; d. Aug. 27, 1829. 

ii. William Abbot, b. Jan. 27, 1828; Harv. Coll. 1849; LL.B. 
1851. 

hi. Emily, b. Nov. 1, 1829; d. Nov. 5, 1888, at Cambridge; 
m. Dec. 21, 1854, at Cambridge, Ezra Abbot, son of 
Ezra and Phebe (Abbot) Abbot. 

iv. Mary Susan, b. Apr. 15, 1832; d. Mar. 13, 1871, at Wil- 
lett's Point, N. Y. ; m. Apr. 27, 1856, at Cambridge, 
Gen. Henry Larcom Abbot, Corps Engineers IT. S. A., 
son of Joseph Hale and Fanny (Larcom) Abbot. Chil- 
dren : 

1. Frederic Vaughan 8 Abbot, b. Mar. 4, 1858 ; m. Oct. 15, 

1885, at Charleston, S. C, Sara Julie Dehon. Chil- 
dren (Abbot): i. Marion Beatrice, 9 b. Dec. 8, 1886: 
ii. Elinor Russell, b. Dec. S, 1886: iii. Henry Dehon, 
b. Apr. 21, 1891. 

2. Marion Stanley Abbot, b. Jan. 18, 1864. 

3. Elinor Everett Abbot, b. Oct. 10, 1867. 

4. Harry Ellingwood Abbot, b. Feb. 23, 1871; d. July 25, 

1881. 

124 

Oliver 6 Everett ( Oliver, 6 Ebenezer, i John 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born May 15, 1788, at Boston, Mass. ; died Aug. 11, 1864, at 
Needham, Mass.; married Feb. 17, 1811, Mrs. Ann (Vincent) 
Gardner, widow of Dr. Joseph Gardner, and daughter of Benja- 
min and Relief Vincent, born Dec. 16, 1784; died Oct. 13, 1840. 
He resided at Dorchester, Lancaster, and West Needham, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Oliver, 7 b. Oct. 28, 1811 ; d. , 1865, at Boston, Mass. ; 

m. Mar. 1, 1838, at Cambridge, Mass., Mrs. Catherine E. 
Moore. Her maiden name was Lewis, and she was horn 
at Boston, and died there, Oct. 17, 1881, aged 84 years. 



120 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

ii. Louisa, b. Feb. 21, 1813; d. Feb. 3, 1839, at Lancaster, 
Mass. 

iii. Relief Vincent, b. Nov. 3, 1814; living, 1897, at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. ; m. May — , 1845, at Alton, 111., John Whip- 
ple Buffum, son of Judge Thomas and Maria (Arnold) 
Buffum, b. in Rhode Island ; d. June 3, 1886, aged 78 
years, at San Francisco. They settled in California in 
1849. 

iv. Lucy Hill, b. Feb. 28, 1817; d. Aug. 3, 1841, at Worces- 
ter, Mass. 
v. Rosamond, b. Mar. 14, 1819; d. Feb. 21, 1893, at Em- 
mitsburg, Md. ; became a Sister of Charity under the 
name of Sister Rose Genevieve. She was mother-supe- 
rior of the convent of St. Vincent de Paul, at Jefferson, 
Texas. She founded a convent at Dallas, Texas. 

vi. Ann Vincent, b. Aug. 9, 1821; d. Feb. 22, 1895, at Em- 
mitsburg, Md. ; became a Sister of Charity, under the 
name of Sister Frances Liguori. 
280. vii. Alexander Hill, b. June 9, 1823. 

125 

Hon. Alexander Hill 6 Everett ( Oliver? Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 }, born Mar. 19, 1790, at Boston, Mass. ; died 
June 28, 1847, at Macao, China; married Sept. 21, 1816, Lucretia 
Orne Peabody, daughter of Judge Oliver and Frances (Bourne) 
Peabody, of Exeter, N. H., born July 4, 1786, at Exeter; died 
Feb. 21, 1862, at Boston. 

He was graduated at Harvard College in 1806, with the highest 
honors of bis class, although the youngest member. After leaving 
college, he taught one year at Phillips Exeter (N. H.) Academy. 
He then studied in the office of John Quincy Adams, whom he 
accompanied to Russia in 1809 as an attache to the legation. In 
1815, Hon. William Eustis was appointed Charge a" Affaires 
to the United Kingdom of the Netherlands, and Mr. Everett be- 
came his secretary. He returned after a year. He was appointed 
Charge as successor to Mr. Eustis in 1818, and occupied the posi- 
tion until 1824. From 1825 to 1829, under the administration of 
President J. Q. Adams, Mr. Everett was Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Kingdom of Spain. Upon 
his return to Boston he became editor of the North American 




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Review. He was a member of the Massachusetts General Court 
1880-1835. In 1840, he was appointed confidential agent of the 
United States to Cuba. While residing there he accepted the 
presidency of Jefferson College, La. Failing health soon com- 
pelled him to return to New England. In 1845, he was appointed 
under the administration of President Polk, United States Com- 
missioner to China. He sailed in the summer of 1846 for Ms post, 
but did not reach his destination, dying at Macao, the following 
year. His wife accompanied hini in all his journeys abroad, and 
shared her husband's labors. After his death, she returned to 
Boston, where she made her home and manifested an active inter- 
est in several charitable institutions. 

Mr. Everett received from Yale College the degree of B. A., in 
1807; from Harvard College of A. M., in 1809; from the Uni- 
versity of Vermont of LL. D., in 1826 ; and from Middlebury (Vt.) 
College of LL. D., in 1839. He was a member of the American 
Philosophical society, a fellow of the American Academy and a 
member of the Massachusetts Historical society. 

Mr. Everett published a volume of Orations, a volume of Criti- 
cal and Miscellaneous Essays, and a volume of poems. He was 
a contributor to the Patriot, the Monthly Anthology, the North 
American Review, the Quarterly Review, of Boston, and the 
Democratic Review, of New York. 

126 

Hon. (previously Rev.) Edward 6 Everett (Oliver, 5 Ebenezer? 
John? John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Apr. 11, 1794, in Dorchester, Mass. ; 
died Jan. 15, 1865, in Summer street, Boston, Mass., and was 
buried at Mt. Auburn; married in Atkinson (now Congress) 
street, Boston, May 8, 1822, Charlotte Gray Brooks, daughter of 
Hon. Peter Chardon and Ann (Gorham) Brooks.* She was born 
Nov. 4, 1800, in the house where she was afterwards married, and 
died July 2, 1859, in Summer street, Boston. 

* Among Mrs. Everett's ancestry on the father's side were Rev. John Cotton 
and Sir Richard Saltonstall; on tho mother's, John Ilowland of the " May- 
fiowor," and Hon. Nathaniel Gorham, signer of tho Constitution U. S. 



122 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Mr. Everett obtained his earliest education in Dorchester, and 
subsequently at the North (now Eliot) and Latin schools in Bos- 
ton, receiving Franklin Medals in 1804 and 1806. He also at- 
tended a school kept in Short (now Kingston) Street, by Hon. 
Ezekiel Webster, whose substitute for some weeks was his brother, 
Hon. Daniel Webster. He attended Phillips Exeter Academy 
in the spring and summer of 1807. In that year he entered 
Harvard College, and was graduated with the first honors in 1811, 
although younger than all his classmates, among whom were Henry 
H. Fuller, Nathaniel L. Frothingham, Ebenezer Lane and Samuel 
Gilman. In his senior year he was editor and chief contributor to 
the " Harvard Lyceum," one of the very earliest college periodi- 
cals in the country. After graduation he became Latin tutor for 
two years. In 1812 he delivered the Phi Beta Kappa poem. His 
original intention was to study law, but he was diverted to theol- 
ogy, a determination which he afterwards regretted, and pur- 
sued his studies at Cambridge during his tutorship, being on the 
most intimate terms with Rev. President Kirkland. In 1813 he 
was elected pastor of the church in Brattle square, Boston, which 
under the pastorate of the lamented Buckminster had ranged itself 
on the Liberal or Unitarian side of the controversy dividing the 
Congregational churches. He preached here for thirteen months 
to the entire satisfaction of his people and of the sister churches. 
But the combination of pastoral and pulpit work was entirely too 
burdensome for so young a man, and he resigned his parish to 
accept the chair of Greek Literature at Harvard College, recently 
founded by an anonymous benefactor, later known to be Samuel 
Eliot, Esq., whose name is now attached to the Professorship. 

Mr. Everett in order to qualify himself for this new sphere of 
work sailed for Europe in the spring of 1815. He passed two 
years at Gottingen University, where his life-long friend, George 
Ticknor, was studying at the same time, they being the first 
native American students to attend the instruction of a German 
University. To this Mr. Everett devoted himself with the great- 
est assiduity, his special instructor being Dissen, the editor of 
Pindar. He was also on the most friendly relations with the 



Sixth Generation. j£3 



venerable Blumenbach. He afterwards travelled in Germany 
Great Britain (where he made the acquaintance of Scott, Byron' 
Mackintosh, Zachary Macanlay, and other distinguished persons)' 
trance, Italy and Greece, returning through the Principalities and 
Austria to America in the autumn of 1819.* He continued to 
preach in various pulpits while holding his professorship, and 
delivered courses of lectures on classical antiquities in the ancient 
"Concert Hall " in Boston, which were probably the first lectures 
ol a popular character in this country. 

In 1824, in the general cessation of party strife, he was elected 
to the National House of Representatives, and continued to sit there 
through five Congresses till 1835. He was a strong supporter of 
John Quincy Adams's administration, and when Mr. Adams's 
friends became definitely organized as "National Republicans" 
subsequently adopting the name of « Whigs," he was a loyal mem- 
ber of the party, receiving also the "anti-Masonic" vote In 
Congress he was at the head of the Committee of Foreign affairs 
even when the Speaker was of the opposite party, besides giving 
special labor to securing pensions for the veterans of the Revolu- 
tion and resisting the measures for deporting the Indians beyond 
the Mississippi. He drew up the minority report in favor of the 
United States Bank, and urged the payment of the French Spolia- 
tion Claims. 

In 1835, he was elected governor of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, and continued by successive re-elections in 1836 
1837, and 1838, losing the election in 1839 by a single vote As 
governor he was active in establishing the Board of Education, and 
the system of Normal Schools. In 1840, he again visited Europe 
accompanied by his family, and while residing in the neighborhood 
of llorence, was appointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister 
Plenipotentiary to England. This position he filled with signal 
ability and discretion, many intricate questions being under dis- 
cussion by the two governments, such as the North Eastern 
Boundary, the right of search and the seizure of American vessels. 

"mV^STSSS* SSfflSSfTiagt these travels win be found * ^ 



124 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

He was offered the place of Commissioner to China when that 
post was created, but declined. He occupied a most enviable 
place in the social circles of England, and received the degrees of 
LL. D. from Dublin and Cambridge, and D. C. L. from Oxford. 

Mr. Webster, under whose recommendation he had originally 
been sent to England, retired from the cabinet in 1843, and the 
State Department successively passed into the hands of Messrs. 
Legare", Upshur, and Calhoun; the last standing at the very op- 
posite pole of politics from the first ; but there was entire friend- 
liness between Mr. Everett and all of them. 

In 1845 the accession of Mr. Polk to the Presidency and of Mr. 
Buchanan to the State Department caused Mr. Everett's recall. 
He returned to Boston in September, 1845, and almost immedi- 
ately received the invitation to take the Presidency of Harvard 
College, resigned by Hon. Josiah Quincy in the previous month. 
Mr. Everett was strongly, nay passionately, urged to accept this 
office by a large number of friends, who labored under the belief 
that it would be eminently congenial to him. Whether this might 
under any circumstances have been the case, it is now impossible 
to say ; but his own misgivings were very serious, and his oldest 
and most intimate friends strongly advised against it, the event 
proving they were entirely right. He yielded at last to impor- 
tunities and assurances of active support, and was inaugurated in 
April, 1846. Long before this ceremony it had become evident 
that the place was a bed of thorns. The very limited resources 
of the college, and the traditions of earlier days, threw into the 
hands of the President himself almost the entire details of disci- 
pline and administration. He undoubtedly made, what is always 
talked of as a great desideratum in such a post, the personal ac- 
quaintance of a very large number of the students ; but they came 
before him mostly under the pressure either of dry routine or of 
serious censure, and it was only by snatches that he found a 
chance to impress himself upon those who could really appreciate 
such a President's influence. In three years his untiring exertions 
to maintain high scholarship and orderly conduct, in spite of lan- 
guor or opposition in quarters where he had a right to look for 



Sixth Generation. 125 



warm support, had seriously shaken his health and spirits, and he 
resigned in February, 1849, from a real dread that, like the Pres- 
ident under whom he himself had entered college, he might die 
in office. His exertions, thankless as they seemed at the time, 
were not without fruit ; the Lawrence Scientific School is a bril- 
liant memorial of his Presidency; but perhaps a better one is 
that he left to his successors an institution far firmer in tone 
than when he took it. He continued to live for more than two 
years in the old President's House, now called, in memory of its 
first, instead of its last occupant, Wadsworth House. 

In November, 1851, he returned to Boston, which remained his 
home for the rest of his life. He was at once appointed on the 
Board of Trustees of the newly-founded Public Library, and had 
several years before offered as a gift his collection of public docu- 
ments, amounting to over 1,000 volumes; the initial gift in the 
history of the library. 

On Mr. Fillmore's succeeding to the Presidency of the United 
States in 1850, Mr. Webster became Secretary of State, and 
renewed the most confidential consultation with Mr. Everett on 
the chief points under diplomatic discussion. On Mr. Webster's 
death in 1852, Mr. Everett was appointed his successor for the 
remainder of the Presidential term. His four months' service in 
this post was eminently to the satisfaction of his countrymen. 
His letter repelling the contention of Lord John Russell that the 
European powers had equal interest with the United States in 
the destinies of Cuba, was felt to be a most powerful manifesto, 
and Lord John's petulant reply elicited a crushing retort from 
Mr. Everett; this latter paper appeared after Mr. Everett had 
ceased to hold the seal of Secretary, but with the cordial assent 
and encouragement of his successor, Mr. Marcy. 

In February, 1858, Mr. Everett was chosen to the Senate of 
the United States. He took up the duties of this post vigorously, 
and especially distinguished himself by a speech in opposition to 
the Kansas-Nebraska Bill. From the vote on this bill he was shut 
out, by a misunderstanding almost amounting to a breach of faith 
on the part of the administration Senators. The cares of the posi- 



126 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



tion, coupled with anxieties at home, five hundred miles from the 
scene of his duties, so seriously affected his health and spirits that 
his physician insisted on his resignation. This was given early in 
1854, and Mr. Everett never afterwards held public office, except 
that he was an elector on the Lincoln ticket in 18G5. 

His health gradually becoming restored, he resumed actively 
the work of public speaking, in which he had already gained 
national distinction. His earlier efforts in this line, beginning 
with the Phi Beta Kappa oration on the visit of Lafayette in 
1824, had always attracted large audiences, and drawn forth 
the warmest applause. But those in the last ten years of his life 
were, in his own opinion, and that of the best judges, every way 
deeper, richer and more sympathetic. His own decided prefer- 
ences were for his address on the " History and Memories of Dor- 
chester," 4th July, 1855, and on the " Uses of Astronomy," at the 
founding of the Dudley Observatory in 1856.* On the 22d of 
February, 1857, he delivered an address on the character of 
Washington, under the auspices of the Mercantile Library Asso- 
ciation of Boston. He was asked to repeat it in various places, 
and about this time the work of raising a fund for the purchase 
of Mount Vernon was started in the South. Mr. Everett en- 
gaged in the work of delivering his Washington oration all over 
the Union for the benefit of this fund, repeating it a hundred and 
thirty-eight times, and realizing in all little less than ninety thou- 
sand dollars. 

The attention of Robert Bonner, proprietor and editor of the 
"New York Ledger," was attracted to these exertions; and he 
proposed to Mr. Everett to contribute a weekly article to that 
paper for one year, in consideration of which Mr. Bonner agreed 
to pay ten thousand dollars to the Mount Vernon Fund. The 
offer was accepted, the articles being afterwards published in a 
volume as the " Mount Vernon Papers." 

In 1860, the violence of the contending parties North and 
South, inspired by the question of slavery, led to the calling a 

* Among shorter speeches the finest are undoubtedly that at the Cape 
Cod Celebration in 1839, and on the Death of Rufus Choate in 1859. 



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convention of the Constitutional Union party at Baltimore, which 
nominated Mr. Everett for Vice-President, and John Bell, of 
Tennessee, for President, Mr. Everett having peremptorily re- 
fused to be named for the higher place, and indeed being ex- 
tremely reluctant to be on the ticket at all. 

Mr. Everett was profoundly and painfully interested in the 
events which immediately led to the Civil War. He was not in 
the least surprised at the secession, having prophesied some such 
measure for years, if the extremists on both sides persisted in 
urging their respective views of the Slavery question. He took 
a prominent part in all measures tending to a peaceable settle- 
ment, being one of the Peace Committee, representing all the 
States, which visited Washington in the winter of 1860-61. But 
when Fort Sumter was attacked, he unhesitatingly threw the 
whole weight of his influence on the side of the Union, and for 
the next four years his pen, his tongue, his time and his purse 
were at the service of the Nation. His oration, delivered at New 
York on the 4th of July, 1861, was made the introduction to the 
" Rebellion Record," as giving the best statement of the causes of 
the war. He was by no means an unswerving partisan of Mr. 
Lincoln's administration ; indeed, he was no partisan at all, and 
he never ceased to regret the consigning of Gen. McClellan to pri- 
vate life. But of the absolute duty and necessity of pressing the 
war with the utmost vigor, and refusing all terms with the South, 
he never entertained the remotest question, or failed to urge it 
upon others. An elaborate address on this theme was delivered 
by him in a vast number of Northern cities in the darkest period 
of the struggle. It would be impossible to mention here all the 
varied forms into which his patriotic energy threw itself. Among 
the most remarkable were his oration on the field of Gettysburg, 
at the dedication of the National Cemetery, the same occasion 
which gave rise to Mr. Lincoln's memorable address ; and his 
exertions at the close of the year 1864, in raising a fund of 
$100,000 for the relief of the loyalists in East Tennessee. 

In the autumn of 1864, Mr. Everett was offered the place of 
elector-at-large on the Republican, or Lincoln ticket. He did not 



128 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

immediately accept it. He had felt that Mr. Lincoln's adminis- 
tration was open to serious criticism, and he believed General 
McClellan had received unworthy treatment. He finally, how- 
ever, determined that it was his duty, at so critical a moment, to 
give the Government all the support of which it was capable. 
The last entertainment held in his house was a dinner to the 
members of the Electoral College of the State, to which many 
distinguished persons outside that body were invited. 

Mr. Everett, after his resignation of the presidency of the 
college, had made his permanent home at 32 Summer street, in 
Boston. He had, however, made ^many attempts to secure a 
country home, and at last purchased a very lovely estate in the 
town of Winchester, on the northwest border of Mystic pond. 
Here he built a house for his eldest son, which was inhabited by 
the latter almost to the day of his death. But while its erection 
was under discussion, the city of Charlestown petitioned the 
General Court for leave to convert the upper half of the lake 
into a reservoir for the supply of water to the city, thus flooding 
a considerable tract of Mr. Everett's land. Believing this project 
to be of no real public value (as it has proved), as well as a 
private injury, Mr. Everett appeared before the Legislature against 
it, but in vain, and the last years of his life were subjected to a 
serious strain by the efforts necessary to obtain adequate compen- 
sation. In the second week of the year 1865, he spoke at the final 
hearing before the referees on this question, and the very same 
day, Monday, January 9, 1865, he made his last public appearance 
at a meeting in Faneuil Hall, called to take measures of relief for 
the distressed citizens of Savannah. He returned to his house 
thoroughly chilled, and never left it again. On the night of 
Saturday the 14th, his sickness seemed in great measure to have 
yielded ; he appeared to be sleeping peacefully at 10 P. M. But 
the perusal of a letter of painful import, brought to him shortly be- 
fore that hour, weighed on his mind and troubled his sleep, and at 
about 4 A. M., on Sunday, January 15 — the night of the capture 
of Fort Fisher — he rose from his bed, and fell by a stroke of 
apoplexy which shortly ended his life at the age of seventy years, 



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eight months, and four days. His death caused a profound sensa- 
tion throughout the country, and many tributes in prose and verse 
were paid to his memory. His funeral was held from the First 
Church in Chauncy street, Boston, January 19, 1865. 

Mr. Everett's disposition was naturally cheerful and sanguine ; 
but a succession of domestic and public trials had greatly affected 
his spirits, and rendered him in his later years at once abstracted 
and sad. The idea, often promulgated, that he was of a cold and 
unsympathetic disposition, is entirely false ; he was overflowing 
with affection and tenderness to Ins own family, using that word 
in a very extended sense, and his life was filled with acts of kind- 
ness to a large circle, many of whose members had slight claim 
on liim. He was extremely sensitive in his entire nature ; any- 
thing like inaccuracy, coarseness or cruelty revolted him ; and it 
was hard for him to understand how others should not be eager 
to maintain the same high standard of scrupulous conscientious- 
ness that he had set for himself. He was more than once accused 
of lack of courage in grappling with political problems ; but the 
event generally showed that the so-called courage of his opponents 
was rather hot-headed rashness, and that his cautious action had 
been dictated by the highest wisdom. He was often spoken of 
as a devotee to scholarship and literature, chiefly living in his 
library. The latter statement is true ; he was there engaged 
from early morning till late at night, not in literary indulgence, 
but in absorbing correspondence, and in preparation of addresses 
and other matter intended to meet the calls of other men, to the 
absolute renunciation of all Iris own favorite projects. While it 
is unquestionable that Mr. Everett's speeches were carefully 
studied and prepared as to their matter, there was very little of 
this in their delivery. To all conventional tones and gestures he 
had a great dislike. 

Mr. Everett became a member of the First Parish Church at 
Cambridge, under the pastorate of Dr. Abiel Holmes. While 
himself pastor of the church in Brattle Square he was ranked 
with the Unitarians, and while at home was an unfailing atten- 
dant of the churches connected with this body. He had a 



130 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



very great dislike to all sectarian divisions ; while travelling, he 
frequently worshiped at Episcopalian, Presbyterian and other 
churches. His reverence for the Bible and all the ordinances of 
religion was profound and unvaried ; and his aversion to what he 
generally called " German Neologisms " invincible. 

The birthplace of Edward Everett, the house at Five Corners in 
Dorchester, where the greater number of Rev. Oliver Everett's * 
children were born, was not occupied by the family after the early 
years of the century, although it remained in Mr. Edward Ever- 
ett's ownership for many years. He was finally obliged to sell it, 
greatly to his chagrin, and in later years sought in vain to re- 
purchase it. As pastor of the Brattle Street Church, he occupied 
the parsonage in Court Street, winch long remained the only 
inhabited house in that part of Boston. The iron building, second 
from Tremont Street, now occupies the front. While Professor at 
Cambridge, he lived in what is now known as the Fay House, 
Garden Street; after his marriage, in the celebrated Craigie 
House, Brattle Street; and later in a house still standing on 
Kirkland Street, facing the entrance to Memorial Hall. While a 
Representative in Congress, he lived, first, at the corner of the 
Medford and Lexington Roads (now Broadway and Main Streets, 
Somerville,) on Winter Hill; and, afterwards, on Town-Hill 
Street, Charlestown, where he was living when chosen Governor. 
He moved to Summer Street, Boston, in 1837. For three sum- 
mers he occupied a house belonging to Marshall Spring, in the 
western part of Watertown. 

Mr. Everett was above the medium height — five feet, ten and 
a half inches. Slender in youth, Ms frame assumed very mas- 
sive proportions towards the last, and very active public speaking 

*"The wooden mansion, No. 23 Clark Street, Boston, was the home of the 
Rev Oliver Everett, who afterward removed to Dorchester, where his son, 
Edward Everett, was born. The entrance was in a garden on the east side, 
where the large stone steps are still in place, though the door itself and many 
other old features of the house have been sadly changed. The staircase was 
a remarkably fine piece of carving . 

" Directly opposite, in the rear of the church, [the New North] in a house 
still standing, lived Mrs. Everett's grandfather, Alexander Hill, the only 
parent she ever knew." — [Rambles in Old Boston, Rev. Edward G. Porter, 
page 300.] 



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-often four nights in a week — developed liis chest in a striking 
degree. His complexion was fair, and somewhat florid. His hair, 
first auburn and then chestnut, had become gray for some years 
before his death. His eyes were hazel, and somewhat near-sighted. 
•In his youth he had been of very active habits ; these became dis- 
continued in later life ; but he preserved very considerable physical 
strength to the last, with occasional protracted sicknesses. 

Mr. Everett was frequently the subject of portraiture ; but very 
few of the artists' efforts can be called really successful. The 
paintings of him in early life by Gilbert Stuart, and his nephew, 
G. Stuart Newton, R. A., are eminently pleasing. Of the like- 
nesses of him in middle or later life, the bust by Hiram Powers 
far surpasses all others in accuracy and beauty. 

Children : 

i. Anne Gorham, 7 b. in Atkinson Street, Boston, Mar. 3, 
1823; d. Oct. 18, 1844, at 46 Grosvenor Place, London, 
England. She was distinguished for her wide accom- 
plishments, delicacy and thoughtfulness of character, 
and deep religious sentiment. — [See a Memoir by 
Phillips Call Bush, privately printed, 1854.] 

281. ii. Charlotte Brooks, b. Aug. 13, 1825. 

iii. Grace Webster, b. at Medford, Mass., Dec. 24, 1827; d. 
Jan. 8, 1836, at Charlestown^Mass. 

282. iv. Edward Brooks, b. May 6, 1830. 

v. A daughter, b. Jan. 30, 1833; d. Eeb. 9, 1833. 

283. vi. Henry Sidney, b. Dec. 31, 1834. 

284. vii. William, b. Oct. 10, 1839. 

127 

Sarah Preston 6 Everett (Oliver? Ebenezer* John? John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born Sept. 5,1796, at Dorchester, Mass.; died Nov. 
14, 1866, at Brookline, Mass. ; married Sept. 5, 1816, at Boston, 
Mass., Hon. Nathan Hale, son of Rev. Enoch and Octavia 
(Throop) Hale, and nephew of Capt. Nathan Hale, born Aug. l(i 5 
1784, at Westhampton, Mass. ; died Feb. 8, 1863, at Brookline. 

Nathan Hale was graduated A. B. at Williams College in 1804, 
and received the degree of A. M. from Dartmouth College, 1810. 
He was for two years a tutor at Phillips Exeter Academy, 



132 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

studied law at Boston, and was admitted to the bar at Bostc 
in 1810. For four years lie followed his profession; in 1813, he 
became editor of the Boston Weekly Messenger. The same year 
he purchased the Boston Daily Advertiser, the first, and for many 
years the only, daily paper published in Boston. This he edited 
until 1863. He also edited and published the Monthly Chronicle, 
1840-42 ; and helped to found the North American Review and 
the Christian Examiner. He was acting chairman of the original 
Board of Internal Improvement in Massachusetts in 1828 ; an 
early advocate of railroads in New England ; and the first president 
of the Boston and Worcester Railroad. He was at various times 
a member of both houses of the General Court of Massachusetts, 
and a delegate to the State Constitutional Conventions of 1820 and 
1853. He was a member of the American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences and of the Massachusetts Historical Society. He received 
the degree of LL. D. from Harvard College in 1853. 

Mrs. Hale was the centre of a large circle of friends, to whom 
she was endeared by many estimable qualities ; while her excellent 
judgment and varied mental resources made her the efficient com- 
panion in the multiplied labors of Mr. Hale. She wrote many 
books for children. 

Children (Hale), born at Boston : 

i. Sarah Everett, 7 b. July 8, 1817 ; d. May 16, 1851. 

ii. Nathan, b. Nov. 12, 1*818; d. Jan. 9, 1871, at Boston. He 
was graduated at Harvard A. B. 1838, LL. B. 1840, and 
A. M. 1842. He was admitted to the bar, but prefer- 
ring literature, became connected with the Boston Mis- 
cellany as editor, and associated with his father in 
the editorial management of the Boston Daily Adver- 
tiser. In 1853, he retired from editorial work. Sub- 
sequently, he was associated with his brother, the Rev. 
Edward Everett Hale, in the publication of Old and 
New. From 18G9-71, he was acting professor of men- 
tal and moral philosophy in Union College, Schenectady, 
N. Y. 

hi. Lucretia Peabody, b. Sept. 2, 1820; d. June 12, 1900. 
She devoted herself to literature, her best known work 
being The Peterkin Papers. She became well known 
as a promoter of educational and charitable institutions, 
and served two vears on the Boston school committee. 



Sixth Generation. 133 



285. iv. Edward Everett, b. Apr. 3, 1822. 

v. A son, b. Apr. 3, 1824 ; d. Apr. 3, 1824. 

vi. Alexander, b. June 21, 1825; d. Jan. 7, 1826. 
vii. Susan, b. Apr. 17, 1827; d. Nov. 13, 1833. 
viii. Alexander, b. July 1, 1829; d. Aug. 22, 1850; H. C. 1848. 

ix. Charles, b. June 7, 1831 ; d. Mar. 1, 1882. He was grad- 
uated at Harvard A. B. 1850, A. M. 1853; became a 
reporter on the Boston Daily Advertiser, and later, 
junior editor. From 1855 to 1860, he was a member of 
the legislature, and Speaker during his last term. In 
1864, he was apijointed, by President Lincoln, U. S. 
consul-general in Egypt. He returned to Boston in 
1871, and served that year in the senate of Massachusetts. 
From 1872-73, he was assistant secretary of state, under 
Hamilton Fish. In 1874, he was admitted to the Bos- 
ton bar, and in 1875-79, was again a member of the 
legislature. He was a member of the American Phil- 
osophical Society. 

x. Susan, b. Dec. 5, 1833. She was for many years a teacher 
in Boston, but subsequently devoted herself to water- 
color painting, which she studied under English, French 
and German masters. She was associated with her 
brother, Edward Everett Hale, in the publication of The 
Family Flight series, and also edited the Life and Let- 
ters of Thomas Gold Appleton. 

xi. Jane, b. Mar. 6, 1837 ; d. Jan. 27, 1838. 

128 

Thomas Huse 6 Everett (Oliver? Ebenezerf John? John, 2 
lichard 1 }, born Feb. 6, 1799, at Dorchester, Mass.; died Mar. 7, 
.839, at West Newbury, Mass. ; married 1st, Elizabeth Dow, 
Laughter of Abraham Dow; married 2d, Feb. 15, 1820, at West 
Newbury, Mary Ann Kimball, daughter of John and Hannah C. 
Qmball, born Sept. 2, 1798, at West Newbury ; died there Dec. 
!4, 1866. He was educated at Phillips Exeter (N. II.) Academy, 
810, and became an accountant, residing at West Newbury and 
Lowell, Mass. 

Children, born at West Newbury : 

i. Marianna Huse, 7 b. Feb. 8, 1829 ; m. Nov. 2, 1869, at Bos- 
ton, Horace Kimball, M. 1)., Harvard, 1834. 
ii. Lucy Hill, b. June 29, 1831 ; res. Plainfield, N. J. 
iii. Thomas Huse, b. Mar. 8, 1833; d. Nov. 2, 1861. 



134 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



129 

Melatiah 6 Everett (Nathaniel? Eleazer? John? John? Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Apr. 2(3, 1786, at Stoughton, Mass.; died July 1, 
1848, at Brecksville, Ohio; married Nov. 10, 1803, at Northamp- 
ton, Mass., Phineas Rust, born Aug. 29, 1773, at Northampton ; 
died Dec. 30, 1848, at Brecksville. They lived at Northampton 
until 1835. 

Children (Rust), born in Northampton : 

i. Ckloe, 7 b. Nov. 22, 1804; d. Aug. 27, 1861. 

ii. Laura M., b. Aug. 31, 1806 ; d. Jan. 25, 1872. 

iii. Edward, b. Aug. 1, 1808; d. Apr. 10, 1884. 

iv. Julia, b. Mar. 16, 1811 ; d. Sept. 13, 1813. 

v. George, b. Dec. 22, 1813. 

vi. Julia Miranda, b. Nov. 26, 1815; d. May 11, 1853. 

vii. Phineas Bartlelt, b. Feb. 2, 1818; d. June 14, 1899. 

viii. Israel Chester, b. Dec. 30, 1825. 



130 

Abel 6 Everett (Abel? Eleazer? John? John? Richard 1 ), born 
Apr. 12, 1802, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Apr. 14, 1882, at Can- 
ton, Mass. ; married Nov. 28, 1824, at Canton, Thankful W. 
Shepard, daughter of Oliver Shepard, born July 26, 1805, at 
Canton ; died there Dec. 11, 1896. He was a bootmaker, and 
resided in Canton, Stoughton and North Andover, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Ann Elizabeth, 7 b. July 28, 1825 ; d. Aug. 11, 1825. 

ii. Eliza Jane, b. Apr. 8, 1827; a graduate of the Bridge- 
water Normal School, 1856, and a teacher; living at 
Canton, 1896, unm. 

286. iii. James Bradley, b. Aug. 16, 1828. 

287. iv. Willard Shepard, b. Sept. 18, 1831. 

v. Sarah Anna, b. June 1, 1840 ; living, 1896, at Canton ; 
m. Jan. — , 1874, at Canton, D. C. Freleigh Ellis, son 
of Daniel H. and Rebecca Ellis. He was a merchant, 
b. at New York; d. Mar. 11, 1893. 
vi. Mary, b. Oct. 19, 1843 ; d. Aug. 17, 1844. 
vii. Maria, b. Oct. 19, 1843; d. Nov. 20, 1843. 



Sixth Generation. 135 



131 

Horace 6 Everett (Abel, 5 Eleazerf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 *), 
baptized Oct. 2, 1803, at Dedham, Mass.; died at Sunapee, N. H. ; 
married May 1, 1827, at Dedham, Hannah Dascomb. He lived 
at Sunapee. 

Children : 

i. Rush, 7 b. . 

ii. Mary Maria, b. Mar. 4, 1829; m. Nov 27, 1851, Edward 
Lee Sargent, son of Moses and Rhoda (Tenney) Sar- 
gent, b. Mar. 22, 1828, at Newport, N. II. ; d. there 
Sept. 30, 1853. Son, Edward French? b. Jan. 10, 
1853. She was living in 1894 at Sunapee. 



132 

Willard 6 Everett (JEleazer? Eleazerf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Apr. 8, 1785, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Apr. 9, 1872, at Meta- 
mora, 111. ; married 1st, Feb. 4, 1817, at Francestown, N. H., 
Eliza Fairbanks, daughter of Israel and Anna (Buckman) Fair- 
banks, born Mar. 15, 1788 ; died Feb. 24, 1832 ; married 2d, Oct. 
2, 1832, Frances Curtis Shedd Dodge, daughter of Simeon and 
Polly (Crook) Dodge, bom Nov. 5, 1810, at Littleton, N. H. ; 
died Mar. 9, 1870, at Metamora, 111. 

He lived on a farm in the south part of Francestown, where he 
was a deacon of the church for twenty-three years. He removed, 
in 1843, to Metamora. 

Cliildren, i-xiv born at Francestown, xv-xix at Metamora : 

i. Harriet, 7 b. Apr. 20, 1818; d. Feb. 1, 1837. 
ii. Mary Ann, b. Dec. 19, 1819; d. Oct. 12, 1876, at Hills- 

boro, N. H. ; m. 1st, Aug. 28, 1856, James B. Carlton, 

of Blooinington, 111., who d. Nov. 5, 1859 ; in. 2d, Luke 

McClintock, of Ilillsboro. 
iii. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Nov. 21, 1821 ; a graduate of Mt. 

Holyoke Seminary, and in i860, a teacher at Santa. 

Monica, Cal. 
288. iv. Charles Willard, b. May 10, 1823. 

v. Henry, b. Aug. 4, 1825 ; removed to California about 1850 ; 

m. Adella Brown, of Sweetland ; ho was a farmer in 

Nevada county, Cal. 



136 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

vi. Abby Parker, b. Apr. 29, 1827; m. Sept, 11, 1851, James 
M. Newman, of Hillsboro; living, 1896, at Chicago, 111. 

vii. Lucy Maria, b. Jan. 2, 1830; m. Rev. Azariah Hyde, of 
Paulet, Vt. He was b. Dec. 19, 1813, at Randolph, Vt. ; 
graduated at Middlebury College, 1838, and was, in 
1857, principal of a seminary at Castleton, Vt. 

Children of second wife : 

289. viii. Alfred Curtis, b. Sept. 29, 1833. 

290. ix. William Shedd, b. May 1, 1835. 

291. x. Frances Louisa, b. Feb. 9, 1837. 

292. xi. George Harvey, b. Dec. 22, 1838. 

293. xii. Samuel Belding, b. Nov. 10, 1840. 

xiii. James, b. Nov. 28, 1842 ; d. Dec. 30, 1842. 

xiv. John, b. Nov. 28, 1842; d. Nov. 28, 1842. 
xv. Eunice Dodge, b. Nov. 10, 1844; d. Jan. 4, 1845. 

xvi. Laura Ellen, b. June 22, 1846; d. Aug. 22, 1846. 

xvii. Edward, b. Oct. 29, 1847; m. Aug. 9, 1867, Henrietta F. 
Miller, dau. of Harry Miller, of Petersburg, 111., b. Oct. 
14, 1841, at Litchfield, Conn. ; settled in Osceola county, 
Iowa, 1871, where he has been schoolmaster, justice 
of the peace, and deacon in the Congregational Church. 
Son, Alfred V., 8 b. Dec. 2, 1869; res., 1895, Ocheyedan, 
Iowa. 

294. xviii. Emily Roselle, b. Sept. 1, 1850. 

295. xix. Frederic Fenn, b. Mar. 10, 1854. 

133 

Rev. Ebenezer 6 Everett (Uleazer, 6 Uleazer, 4 John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 }, born Aug. 31, 1789, at Francestown, N. H. ; died June 
28, 1877 ; married 1st, Oct. 17, 1816, at Durham, Greene county, 
N. Y., Betsey Post, born Apr. 7, 1793, at Saybrook, Conn. ; died 
July 20, 1824, at Ogden, Monroe county, N. Y. ; married 2d, Nov. 
22, 1828, at Bloomfield, Ontario county, N. Y., Mrs. Laura M. 
Stanley, daughter of Nathan and Mercy Walden, born July 20, 
1796, at Canandaigua, N. Y. ; married 3d, Sept. 1861, Maria Wier. 

He was graduated at Dartmouth College, 1813, studied theology 
with Rev. Mr. Williston, of Durham, N. Y., and was licensed to 
preach, Jan. 6, 1815. He was installed at Ogden, N. Y., settled 
at Oak's Corner, Ontario county, Feb. 15, 1842, and dismissed 
Sept. 6, 1853. Later, he was agent for the Genesee Bible Society, 
of Geneva, N. Y. 



Sixth Generation. 137 



Children : 

i. Evangela, 7 b. Jan. 5, 1818, at Livonia, Livingston county, 
N. Y.; m. May 23, 1844, at Oak's Corner, Addison A. 
Hayes, of Durham, 
ii. Euphemia, b. May 20, 1822, at Ogden, N. Y. ; d. there 
Nov. 22, 1822. 

Children of second wife : 

iii. Ebenezer, b. Feb. 12, 1830, at Jaffrey, N. H. ; was a mer- 
chant, 1860, at Tucson, Arizona. 

iv. George, b. July 31, 1831, at West Brookfield, Mass. ; 
living, 1860, at Williamsport, Pa. 

v. Laura Elizabeth, b. Nov. 5, 1834, at Hector, Tompkins 
county, N. Y.; d. there July 20, 1835. 

vi. James Harvey, b. Feb. 11, 1837, at Kanona, Steuben 
county, N. Y. ; was a hardware merchant, 1860, at Dur- 
ham. 

134 

George 6 Everett (Edward? Edivardf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, 
9orn Oct. 26, 1763, at Stoughton, Mass. ; died at Peru, N. Y. ; 
married Raymond. 

As a child, he accompanied his father from Stoughton to Rum- 
aey, N. H., and in later years, across Vermont and Lake Cham- 
plain to Ausable and Peru, N. Y., where he lived until his death. 
In the Revolutionary war, he served as a drummer in a company 
commanded by his father, Capt. Edward Everett, in Col. Bedel's 
regiment, in the expedition to Canada in 1776. March 28, 1777, 
tie re-enlisted for three years in Col. Bartlett's 7th New Hampshire 
regiment, and, in 1778, was transferred to Capt. Benj. Stone's 
company, in Col. Scammel's Continental regiment. He was hon- 
orably discharged March 28, 1780. 

Children, born at Peru : 

i. Luther, 7 b. ; m. Iluldah Ricketson, of Peru. 

ii. Persis, b. ; d. unm. 

iii. John, b. ; d. unm. 

iv. Iluldah, b. ; m. James Delemater of Peru. 

v. Olive, b. ; d. unm. 

vi. Mary, b. ; m. George Ricketson, of Peru. 

296. vii. George, b. Mar. 26, 1800, 



138 Descendants of Richard Moerett. 

viii. Rachel, b. ; d. at Ausable, N. Y. ; m. Abednego Rick- 

etson, of Peru. 

ix. Hannah, b. ; m. William Ricketson, of Peru. 

x. Joseph, b. ; m. Elizabeth Smith. 

135 



Edward 6 Everett (Edward? Edward? John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
died at Peru, N. Y. ; m. Hannah Macomber. He lived at Peru. 
Children, born at Peru : 

i. Anna, 7 b. ; d. unm. 

ii. Mary, b. ; m. Emory Beardsley, of Clintonville, N. Y. 

hi. Charlotte, b. ; d. unm. 

297. iv. John, b. . 

136 

Robert 6 Everett (Edward, 5 Edward? John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 

born ; died at Chesterfield, Essex county, N. Y. ; m. Laura 

Hooker. He lived in Clinton county, or near Plattsburg, N. Y. 
Being a " Friend," he could not consistently take part in the fight 
on Lake Champlain in 1812, so sent a hired man to see what 
was going on ; this man was wounded. Mr. Everett paid him 
wages, and cared for him until recovery. 

Children : 

298. i. Augustus, 7 b. Oct. 2, 1811. 

ii. John, b. ; m. and moved to California, where he was 

reported living, 1893. 

hi. Edward, b. ; reported living, 1894, at Cadillac, Mich. 

iv. Cynthia, b. ; d. unm. 

v. Allen, b. ; m. Anson ; moved to Michigan. 

vi. Robie, b. ; m. George Ricketson. 

vii. Martin, b. ; went West. 

viii. Hannah, b. ; m. John Cane, of Cbateaugay, N. Y., 

where she was living in 1895. 

137 

David Allen 6 Everett (Edward? Edward? John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born May 23, 1786, in Vermont, while the family were 
moving from New Hampshire to New York, in the house of a man 
named David Allen ; died Feb. 8, 1851, at Peru, Clinton county, 



Sixth Generation. 139 



N. Y. ; m. Oct. 18, 1810, Betsey Thew, daughter of Garret Thew, 
of Peru, born Sept. 29, 1790, at Peru ; died July 16, 1864. He 
lived at Peru. 

Children, born at Peru : 

299. i. Deborah, 7 b. July 27, 1811. 

300. ii. Phebe, b. Feb. 2, 1813. 

301. iii. Oliver V., b. Sept. 30, 1816. 

302. iv. David A., b. June 16, 1819. 

v. Eliza Ann, b. Dec. 28, 1822; d. Apr. 14, 1842, num. 
vi. Catherine, b. Apr. 8, 1826 ; d. May 21, 1876, unrn. 

303. vii. George E., b. June 21, 1828. 

viii. Mary Ann, b. Aug. 18, 1830 ; d. Aug. 27, 1833. 

304. ix. Harvey G., b. Aug. 5, 1832. 

138 

David 6 Everett (David, 5 Edward* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, 
born Mar. 29, 1770, at Princeton, Mass.; died Dec. 21, 1813, at 
Marietta, Ohio; married Dec. 29, 1799, Dorothy Appleton, daugh- 
ter of Dea. Isaac and Mary (Adams) Appleton, of New Ipswich, 
N. H., born Sept. 6, 1770 ; died Jan. 16, 1859, at New Ipswich. 

As a boy, he was under the care of relatives at Wrentham, 
Mass. As a young man, he taught the academy at New Ipswich, 
and there wrote for Eliphalet Farrar, aged seven years, the cele- 
brated little poem commencing, " You'd scarce expect one of my 
age." 

He was graduated at Dartmouth College, 1795 ; was the poet 
of the Phi Beta Kappa at Harvard in 1801 ; read law and was 
admitted to the bar; practiced, 1801-1807, at Amherst, N. H. ; 
removed to Boston, Mass., where he established the Boston Patriot, 
1809; appointed Register of Probate for Suffolk county, Mass., 
1811; was editor of the Pilot, 1812; removed to Marietta, Ohio, 
in 1813, and died there that year. After his death, his widow 
returned to New Ipswich. They had no children. 

139 

Stephen Everett {David, 5 Edivardf John, 3 John, 2 liiehard 1 }, 
born Feb. 2, 1774, at Princeton, Mass.; died Aug. 13, 1856, at 
Barre, Vt. ; married Jan. 25, 1798, at Princeton, Susan Mirick, 



140 Descendants of Iiichard Everett. 

daughter of Josiah and Ruth (Upham) Mirick, born Jan. 26, 
1774, at Princeton; died Oct. 1, 1852, at Barre. He was a 
farmer, and settled at Barre. 
Children, born at Barre : 

i. Susan, 7 b. Jan. 21, 1799; d. Nov. — , 1878, at Cabot, Vt. ; 
m. Oct. 31, 1838, James Blanchard, of Cabot. He was 
a widower with seven children. They lived on a farm 
at Barre during Mr. Blanchard's active life; then sold 
it and bought a home in the village, 
ii. David, b. Mar. 22, 1801 ; d. Feb. 13, 1812. 
hi. Josiah, b. Mar. 22, 1803 ; d. Apr. 3, 1803. 
305. iv. Stephen, b. May 23, 1804. 

v. Sophronia, b. Mar. 25, 1806; d. Oct. 11, 1808. 
vi. Josiah Mirick, b. Oct. 30, 1808; d. Mar. 14, 1812. 
vii. Sophronia, b. May 25, 1811 ; d. Apr. 8, 1812. 
viii. Clark L., b. Apr. 10, 1814; d. Oct. 6, 1842, at Sparta, Ga. 
ix. John M., b. Apr. 13, 1819; d. May 20, 1839. 



140 

Capt. John 6 Everett (David, 6 Edward,* John, 3 John, 2 Riehard 1 }, 
born Feb. 18, 1776, at Princeton, Mass. ; died Aug. 25, 1859, at 
Templeton, Mass. ; married 1st, June 7, 1801, Hannah Brooks 
Jones, born Apr. 5, 1775 ; died July 21, 1815 ; married 2d, Dec. 
11, 1815, Elizabeth Gowen, daughter of John and Lydia Gowen, 
born June 15, 1783. He built a woolen mill on the north branch 
of the Souhegan river, at New Ipswich, N. H., and at first dressed 
cloth, woven elsewhere ; but, in 1815, he began to manufacture 
satinets, and in 1820, broadcloths and cassimeres. Reverses 
forced him to give up manufacturing in 1826. Later he, with 
others, started a woolen mill at Mason Village, and still later at 
Templeton. He was a prominent man in New Ipswich ; first 
master, 1815, of Bethel Lodge F. and A. M. ; captain of the south 
company of militia, and in 1818 captain of the Independent 
Grenadiers. 

Children, born at New Ipswich : 

306. i. John, 7 b. Dec. 23, 1802. 

ii. William Jones, b. Mar. 14, 1805; d. Dec. 12, 1829, at 
Enfield, Conn. 



Sixth Generation. 141 



iii. David, b. Mar. 30, 1807; d. Aug. 27, 1849, at Temple- 
ton; m. 1st, July 26, 1830, Catherine B. Snell, who 
d. Jan. 18, 1832, aged 24 years; m. 2d, July 1, 1839, 
Elizabeth H. Stone, b. about 1818, at Rutland, Mass., 
and after the death of David, was twice married ; living, 
1895, in Iowa, with a daughter of her third husband, 
Mr. Teague. 

307. iv. Stephen, b. Jan. 25, 1809. 

v. Adeline, b. June 10, 1811; d. Nov. 3, 1849, at Antrim, 
N. H. ; m. Jan. 1, 1834, Ezra Hyde, son of Ezra and 
Betsey (Perley) Hyde, b. Aug. 17, 1807, at Winchen- 
don, Mass. 

vi. Julia Ann, b. Jan. 18, 1813; d. , 1891; m. Sept. 26, 

1837, Elihu Piper. 

Children of second wife : 

vii. George, b. May 19, 1817; d. Nov. 19, 1837. 

308. viii. Charles, b. Dec. 1, 1818. 

309. ix. Edward, b. July 29, 1820. 

x. Lewis, b. Nov. 16, 1822; d. Nov. 21, 1860, at Concord, 

N. H., unm. 
xi. Eliza, b. Feb. 28, 1825; d. Nov. 25, 1849, unm. 

141 

Capt. William 6 Everett ( William, 5 William,* William, 8 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born May 5, 1757, at Dedham, Mass.; died May 4, 
1802, at Dedharn; married Aug. 25, 1783, at Stoughton, Mass., 
Sarah Blackman, daughter of Adam and Mary (Belcher) Black- 
man, b. Aug. 15, 1761, at Stoughton; died Feb. 9, 1802, at Ded- 
ham. They lived in that part of South Dedham, now Norwood, 
Mass., where they were members of the Second Church in 1787. 
The church records say he was shot while exercising his company. 

Children, born at South Dedham : 

i. Joel, 7 b. Nov. 16, 1785; d. Oct. 9, 1810. 
ii. Betsey, b. Sept. 20, 1787; d. Feb. 28, 1812, at Boston, 
Mass., while living in the family of her uncle, Ichabod 
Everett. 

310. iii. Ira, b. Feb. 6, 1789. 

iv. Oliver Blackman, b. May 2, 1791 ; d. Apr. 17, 1875. In 
1852, he was living at Mendon, Mass. 

v. Sally, b. Mar. 2, 1793; m. Apr. 15, 1818, at Medfield, 
Mass., Joel Fisher, son of Daniel and Abigail (Lewis) 
Fisher, of Walpole, Mass., b. Jan. 5, 1795. 



142 Descendants of tiichard Everett. 

311. vi. William, b. June 10, 1795. 

vii. Nancy, bapt. Sept. 2, 1797 ; m. 1st, Feb. 25, 1821, at Med- 
field, Charles Draper, of Dover, Mass. ; m. 2d, June 8, 
1856, Dea. Clement Bartlett, son of William and Mercy 
Bartlett, b. at Plymouth, Mass.; d. Mar. 1, 1870, aged 
74 years. 

312. viii. Jabez, b. Mar. 27, 1799. 

ix. Sybel, bapt. May 24, 1801 ; m. Dec. 18, 1822, at Walpole, 
Isaac Fisher, of Walpole. 

142 

Josiah 6 Everett (Josiah, 5 William, 4 William, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Mar. 18, 1760, at Dedharn, Mass. ; died Mar. 16, 1848, at 
New Portland, Me. ; married July 1, 1784, at Dedharn, Rebekah 
Farrington, daughter of Samuel Farrington, born Apr. 6, 1767, in 
Conn. ; owned the covenant, Nov. 9, 1788, in the Second Church 
of Dedharn. 

He lived at South Dedham, now Norwood, and about 1790, 
moved to New Portland, Me. He served on the Lexington alarm, 
and enlisted Mar. 4, 1776, in Capt. William Bullard's company, 
Col. William Mcintosh's regiment, and served four days ; he re- 
enlisted Mar. 23, 1778, in Capt. Lemuel Mayo's company, served 
twenty-five days, stationed at Roxbury lines ; discharged Apr. 16, 
1778; re-enlisted Apr. 20, 1778; discharged June 5, 1778; re- 
enlisted June 14, 1778, to serve nine months; re-enlisted Aug. 
5, 1779, nine-months' men, in Col. Greaton's company, 3d regi- 
ment; discharged May 5,1780; marched July 17,1780, among 
six-months' men, from Dedham, to re-inf orce the Continental army ; 
discharged Dec. 24, 1780; re-enlisted May 18, 1782, as a marine 
on Massachusetts ship Tartar, Capt. John Cathcart ; discharged 
Nov. 20, 1782. 

Children : 

i. John 7 , b. , 1785; d., aged 92 years, at New Portland; 

m. Jane Crapo. They adopted a child, Alexander M. 
Twombly, whose name was changed to Everett. 

ii. Jane, b. , 1787 ; d. in Iowa; m. Tobias Churchill. 

iii. Lucy, b. , 1788; d. in Iowa; m. William Knowles. 

iv. Betsey, b. , 1790; m. William Mitchell. 

v. Rebecca, b. , 1791 ; d. in Iowa. 



Sixth Generation. 143 



vi. Mary, b. June 9, 1795; d. Aug. 19, 1886; m. Jan. — , 
1814, at New Portland, Jeremiah Stevens, son of Bar- 
tholomew and Mary (Dutton) Stevens, b. Sept. 8, 1788, 
at Dunbarton, N. H. ; d. Oct. 4, 1846, at Beloit, Wis. 
He went to New Portland when a young man, moved 
to Ohio in 1837, and to Wisconsin in 1845. 

313. vii. Josiah, b. , 1797. 

314. viii. William A., b. Apr. 7, 1799. 

ix. Catharine, b. June 19, 1803 ; m. Ithamar Farrington. 

315. x. Samuel F., b. Jan. 19, 1805. 

316. xi. Francis, b. , 1807. 

xii. Andrew, b. , 1809; d. about 1829. 

143 

Francis 6 Everett (Josiah? William* William? John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born July 25, 1773, at Dedham, Mass. ; died April — , 
1832, in Mason county, West Va. ; married 1st, Jan. 12, 1796, 
probably at Chelsea, Orange county, Vt., Sally Franklin, born Oct. 
7, 1775 ; died Jan. 12, 1812, at Aurelius, Cayiiga county, N. Y. ; 
married 2d, Nov. 8, 1812, at Aurelius, Catherine Smith, daughter 
of John Smith (born in Prussia, and a soldier under Frederick the 
Great). She was born Nov. 28, 1791, in Hagerstown, Md. ; died 
Feb. 2, 1830, in Mason county. 

He was a land surveyor, a good mathematician, and a Latin 
scholar ; he entered Harvard College, but did not graduate. He 
lived at Chelsea and Orange, Vt., until 1804, when he removed to 
Aurelius, where he lived until 1819, and then removed to Mason 
county. He was a member of the Baptist church. 

Children, i and ii born at Chelsea, iii and iv at Orange, v-x at 
Aurelius, xi-xv in West Virginia : 

317. i. Polly, 7 b. Dec. 8, 1796. 

ii. Warren, b. Feb. 10, 1799; d. young. 

iii. Abel Franklin, b. Apr. 27, 1801. 

iv. Friend Nayes, b. Apr. 7, 1803. Abel and Friend are be- 
lieved to have been drowned in the Ohio river, while 
employed as raftsmen. 

318. v. Sally, b. May 21, 1805. 

vi. Joanna, b. July 29, 1807; d. , 1873; m. 1st, May 19, 

1825, in Mason county, Samuel Lowe; they moved to 
Missouri about 1838 ; 2d and 3d husbands not known ; 
m. 4th, in Iowa, David Durham, who d. in I860. 

319. vii. Lucy Jane, b. Feb. 23, 1810. 



144 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children of second wife : 

320. viii. Eliza Araminta, b. March 28, 1814. 

321. ix. John Smith, b. Apr. 6, 1816. 

322. x. Warren Day, b. May 4, 1818. 

323. xi. Francis, b. May 24, 1820. 

xii. Paschal Paoli, b. Sept. 14, 1822; d. Sept. 1, 1824, in Mason 
county. 

324. xiii. Eveline, b. Dec. 28, 1824. 

325. xiv. Harriet Amanda, b. Feb. 14, 1827. 

xv. Catherine Cornelia, b. Feb. 1, 1830 ; d. in infancy. 

144 

Hermon 6 Everitt {Daniel, 6 Daniel,* Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, 
born Sept. 23, 1778, at New Milford, Conn. ; d. Mar. 3, 1812; m. 

Betsey M. . He lived at New Milford. Possibly the widow 

was the Mrs. Everitt of New Milford, who married, in 1817, 

Elizur Hinsdale, who came there from Torrington, Conn., in 1805, 
and later moved to Leroy, N. Y. 

Children, born at New Milford : 

i. Henry J., 7 b. , 1804; d. Sept. 9, 1807. 

ii. Frederick W., b. , 1807; d. Apr. 22, 1808. 

145 

Rev. Charles 6 Everitt ( Abner? Daniel, 4 Israel, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born July 19, 1787, at Bethlehem, Conn. ; died Mar. 29, 
1867, at Warren, Conn. ; married 1st, Mar. 29, 1812, Caroline 
Matilda Marsh; married 2d, Dec. 25, 1817, Philene Marsh, sister 

of his first wife, born , 1790, at Sharon, Conn. ; died Jan. 29, 

1831, at Warren ; married 3d, , 1832, Mrs. Emily Worden. 

He lived in Warren, which he represented in the General Assembly 
of 1846. 

Children : 

i. Ambrose Marsh, 7 b. , 1813; d. June 25, 1836. 

ii. Hermon C, b. , 1815; d. Oct., 1899, at Kansas City, 

Mo., unm. 

Children of second wife : 

326. hi. Sheldon Brownson, b. Oct. 18, 1818. 



Sixth Generation . 



145 



iv. Caroline Matilda, b. Sept.—, 1822; d. Mar. 10, 1876, at 
Warren; m. Nov. 20, 1844, at Watertown, Conn., Israel 
B. Woodman, of Watertown. 

v. Betsey, b. Jan. — , 1826; ra. Charles D. Hotchkiss; living 
at Lyons, Burt county, Neb., 1901 



Child of third wife: 
vi. Charles W. 



b. 



146 

Daniel Brownson 6 Everitt (Abner? Daniel* Israel? John? 
Richard 1 '), born Feb. 29, 1796, at Warren, Conn. ; died there 
June 20, 1841 ; married May 6, 1830, at Warren, Phebe Strong. 

Children : 



i. Jane, 7 b. 

ruff, 
ii. Sarah, b. 
hi. Lydia, b. 



; m. 1st, Frisbie; m. 2d, , Wood- 



iv. Phoebe A., b. 

v. Laura, b. ; m 

vi. Iluldah, b. . 

vii. Flora, b. . 



m. Moulthrop. 

; m. Hitchcock. 



Moulthrop. 



147 

Abner g Everitt (Abner, 5 Daniel, 4 Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Apr. 15, 1798, at Warren, Conn. ; died Apr. 2, 1857, at 
Litchfield, Medina county, Ohio ; married Feb. 20, 1828, at War- 
ren, Hannah Mallory, daughter of Aaron and Hannah Mallory, 
born May 7, 1809 ; died Dec. 24, 1888, at Litchfield. He lived 
at Litchfield. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth Urania, 7 b. Sept. 24, 1829; m. Mar. 14, 1858, 
Hanson Cole. They were living at Swanton, Fulton 
county, Ohio, in May, 1894. 
ii. Jedidah, b. Apr. 29, 1881 ; d. Aug. 16, 1834. 
iii. Augusta Maria, b. Nov. 17, 1834; d. Aug. If), 18(56, mini. 
iv. A son, b. Feb. 6, 1837; d. Feb. 22, 1837. 
v. Jedidah Hannah, b. May 10, 1838; d. Dec. 19, 1860, iinni. 
vi. Aaron Mallory, b. Mar. 7, 1841 ; d. July 30, 1842. 
vii. Ambrose Mallory, b. Nov. 14, 1843; d. June 8, 1864, unm. 
327. viii. Aimer Brownson, b. Sept. 24, 1846. 

ix. Daniel Quincy, b. Aug. 26, 1849; d. July 5, 1872, unm. 



146 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

148 

Capt. Abraham Brownson 6 Everitt ( Abner, 6 Daniel* Israel, 2 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 8, 1802, at Warren, Conn. ; died Oct. 
30, 1871, at Meriden, Conn. ; married Jan. 14, 1830, at Litchfield, 
Conn., Sarah C. Stone, daughter of Josiah and Catherine Stone, 
born April 14, 1810, at Litchfield ; died Aug. 28, 1882, at Meriden. 

He was a cabinet-maker, and lived at Warren, Litchfield, Har- 
winton, Watertown, and Meriden. He once represented Water- 
town in the General Assembly ; he was a captain in the militia, 
and a prominent abolitionist. 

Children, born at Watertown : 

i. Edwin Brownson, 7 b. Oct. 6, 1835, at Watertown; m. Dec. 
6, 1856, at Otis, Mass., Mary A. Thompson, daughter 
of Joseph and Harriet Thompson, b. Aug. 3, 1837, at 
Hartland, Vt. They have lived at Watertown, Hart- 
ford, New Haven, Waterbury, and Meriden. In 1897 
he was clerk in the office of the Meriden Britannia 
Co., secretary of the C. F. Monroe & Co. corporation, 
connected with mining and mercantile corporations, and 
a 32d degree Mason. 

ii. Frances Ellen, b. June 17, 1837 ; d. Sept. 17, 1889 ; m. 
Mar. 10, 1858, at Watertown, Nathan Taylor, of New 

Marlboro', Mass., b. , 1834, at Bethel, Conn.; d. 

July 8, 1889. 

iii. Walter Guarnsey, b. Oct. 25, 1838; d. Mar. 10, 1840. 

iv. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Sept. 9, 1840; m. Jan. 23, 1861, James 
Augustus Lane, b. 1839, at New York City. They live 
at Watertown. 

v. Catharine Eliza, b. Mar. 31, 1842 ; m. Oct. 17, 1865, Edson 
A. Judd. They were living, 1893, at Waterbury, Conn. 

vi. Abner Josiah, b. Dec. 19, 1843; d. Sept. 20, 1844. 

vii. Charles Abner, b. May 1, 1845 ; d. Sept. 5, 1849. 
viii. William Henry, b. Apr. 4, 1847 ; d. Aug. 1, 1848. 

149 

Martin 6 Everitt {Isaiah, 5 Ebenezer,* Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Mar. 10, 1775, at Sharon, Conn. ; died July 3, 1813, at Corn- 
wall Bridge, Conn. ; married , Esther Carter. 

Children : 

i. Hezekiah Carter, 7 b. , 1798 ; d. , 1836. 

328. ii. Eliza, b. June 26, 1802. 
iii. Martin Chester, b. . 



Sixth Generation. 147 



150 

Adolphus 6 Everitt (Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel, 5 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born , 1778, at Ellsworth Society, Sharon, Conn. ; died 

; married Lydia Studley. He was a farmer in Sharon, and 

lived in his grandfather's house. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

329. i. Thomas A 7 ., b. Mar. — , 1806. 

330. ii. Ichabod S., b. Jan. 22, 1808. 

hi. Ruby Ruth Allen, b. , 1810. 

331. iv. Russell A., b. Dec. 8, 1811. 

v. Abby C, b. , 1813; m. Mar. 18, 1845, John I. 

Tichnor. 

vi. Betsey Ann, b. , 1814. 

vii. Caroline P., b. , 1821; m. Pedro Griswold. 

151 

Asa 6 Everitt (Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? John? Richard 1 '), 
born Sept. 22, 1780, at Sharon, Conn. ; died there Mar. 2, 1858 ; 
married 1st, Mary Anna Studley ; married 2d, Anna Hatch, of 
Kent, Conn. ; married 3d, Mary Kellogg, daughter of William and 
Damaris (Swift) Kellogg, of Cornwall, Conn., who died about 
1884. He lived and died at Ellsworth Society, Sharon. 

Child of first wife : 

332. i. Joshua, 7 b. Mar. 19, 1811. 

152 

Roswell 6 Everitt (Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? John? Richard 1 ), 

born May — , 1790, at Sharon, Conn.; died , at Lansing, 

Mich. ; married Apr. 29, 1814, at Peorinton, Monroe county, N. Y., 
Rosamond Packard, daughter of Cyrus B. Packard, born Oct. 23, 
1794, at Peorinton. He was a farmer, living in western New 
York, and later removed to Michigan. 

Children : 

i. Emily Diantha, 7 b. June 23, 1816. 

ii. Caroline, b. Mar. 9, 1818; d. Mar. 28, 1818. 
hi. Isaiah, b. — 18, 1819; d. Feb. 21, 1819. 
iv. Russell Packard, b. Jan. 9, 1820 ; d. Nov. — , 1848. 



148 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

v. Ransom, b. May 14, 1822; d. Mar. 4, 1890, at Lansing; 
m. May 3, 1846, Phebe Bunker, dau. of John Bunker. 
He cleared a farm of 200 acres in Michigan, where he 
lived forty-three years. His brothers and sisters settled 
near him. 
vi. Nathan Norton, b. Aug. 18, 1823; d. Nov. 28, 1847. 
vii. Henry Clay, b. Mar. 23, 1827. 
viii. Cyrus Packard, b. Mar. 13, 1830. 
ix. William Elmer, b. Jan. 31, 1833. 
x. John Ford, b. Feb. 21, 1835 ; d. Aug. — , 1861. 
xi. Emma Lucretia, b. Aug. 9, 1839. 

153 

Dr. Russell 6 Everitt (Isaiah, 5 Ebenezer? Israel? John? Rich- 
ard 1 }, born Nov. 22, 1792, at Sharon, Conn. ; died there Oct. 5, 
1865 ; married Jan. 1, 1824, at Sharon, Caroline Ruby Parsons, 
daughter of Enoch and Amy (Studley) Parsons, born Apr. 15, 
1802, at Sharon; died there Apr. 13, 1852. 

He settled at Copake Flats, N. Y., where he lived until Apr. 1, 
1833 ; he then returned to Ellsworth Society, Sharon, where he 
was supervisor of common schools for ten years, town clerk and 
justice of the peace. 

Children, born at Copake Flats : 

333. i. Enoch Parsons, 7 b. Aug. 31, 1825. 

334. ii. Richard Floyd, b. Sept. 15, 1831. 

154 

Capt. Gamaliel 6 Everitt (Isaiah, 5 Ebenezer? Israel? John? 
Richard 1 }, born Nov. 12, 1794, at Sharon, Conn. ; died there Oct. 
2, 1871 ; married Nov. 24, 1818, Nancy Minerva Woodward, 
daughter of Abel and Susannah (Woodruff) Woodward, born 
Dec. 22, 1797, at Hillsdale, N. Y., and was living, 1875, with her 
oldest son at Sharon. He was a farmer, and lived all his life 
at Ellsworth Society, Sharon. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Isaiah Woodward, 7 b. Feb. 14, 1821; living, 1875, on the 
family homestead, unm. 

335. ii. Ransom Frederick, b. July 26, 1822. 



Sixth Generation. 149 



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iii. Susan Elizabeth, b. Apr. 7, 18*24; d. Sept. 15, 1850, at Grass 
Lake, Mich.; m. June 13, 1850, at Ellsworth, her second 
cousin, John Chaffee Lovell, son of John Barlow and 
Clarissa (Chaffee) Lovell, b. Sept. 3, 1824; living in 1875. 

336. iv. Abel Clark, b. Apr. 29, 1827. 

v. Adeline Minerva, b. Jan. 6, 1830 ; d. Julv 19, 1842. 

337. vi. Newton Franklin, b. Sept. 26, 1832. 
38. vii. Charles Burrett, b. Feb. 4, 1835. 

viii. Julia Louisa, b. Nov. 2, 1838; m. Jan. 1, 1861, at Ells- 
worth, Stiles Miner Beecher, son of Rev. John Willis 
and Achsah Jane (Judson) Beecher, b. Feb. 18, 1835, at 
Huron, Ohio. He lived at Vernon Centre, N. Y., until 
Jan., 1864, when he enlisted in the 15th regiment N. Y. 
Vol. Cav., and served until Sept., 1865, when he settled 
at Verona, N. Y. ; living there in 1875. 
ix. Jerusha Skiff, b. Nov. 3, 1840; m. Dec. 30, 1863, at Ells- 
worth, George W. Holcombe, of Windsor, Conn., son of 
Perly and Sally (Gaylord) Holcombe, b. Jan. 7, 1837, 
at South Windsor; living, 1874, at Windsor Locks. 



155 

Dea. William 6 Everitt (Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? John? 
Richard 1 ), born July 17, 1802, at Sharon, Conn. ; died there Oct. 
25, 1854; married Nov. 27, 1828, Susan Ann Gordon, daughter 
of Alexander and Nancy (Burnt) Gordon, of Bethlehem Society, 
Woodbury, Conn., born Aug. 28, 1802, at Woodbury ; died Apr. 
19, 1866, at Sharon. He was a farmer and lived at Ellsworth 
Society, Sharon, where he was a selectman, a justice of the peace, 
and representative to the General Assembly, 1843. He was elected 
a deacon of the Congregational Church, June 2, 1839. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Helen Sophronia, 7 b. Aug. 22, 1829; d. Sept. 14, 1866; m. 
Feb. 20, 1850, at Sharon, her cousin Enoch Parsons 7 
Everitt, son of Dr. Russell and Ruby (Parsons) Everitt. 

ii. Sarah Amelia, b. July 18, 1833 ; d. June 15, 1872, at Corn- 
wall, Conn., unm. 

iii. Mary Ely, b. Oct. 1, 1836; was graduated at Mt. Holyoke 
Seminary, 1856; m. May 15, 1865, at New York City, 
Charles Rufus Swift, son of Henry and Mary (Sackett) 
Swift, of Cornwall, b. May 5, 1835*. They lived at Corn- 
wall until 1873, then a year and a half at Hampden, 
Conn., after which they returned to Cornwall, where 
they were living in 1876. 

iv. Martha Lavinia, b. June 6, 1841 ; d. Aug. 4, 1842. 



150 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

156 

Augustus 6 Everett (JEbe? Ebenezerf Israel? John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born May 17, 1783, at Sharon, Conn. ; died there Aug. 3, 1867 ; 
married June 12, 1815, at Sharon, Abigail Chaffee, daughter of 
Joel and Dorothy (Hyde) Chaffee, b. July 17, 1700, at Sharon; 
died there Dec. 5, 1845. He was a tailor, and lived all his life 
at Ellsworth Society, Sharon. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Dorothy Hyde, 7 b. Nov. 12, 1818; d. Mar. 29, 1894, at 
Hooksett, N. H. ; m. Apr. 17, 1843, at Sharon, Cyrus 
Winthrop Gray, son of Silas Ashley and Lucretia Collins 
(Wadham) Gray, of Sharon, b. May 1, 1821 ; d. Oct. 21, 
1874, at LeRoysville, Penn. 
ii. Mary Elmore, b. Apr. 1, 1821 ; d. Nov. 18, 1821. 
339. iii. Samuel Elmore, b. Dec. 15, 1822. 

iv. Mabel, b. July 14, 1825; m. Dec. 28, 1847, at Sharon, 
Benjamin Franklin Barlow, son of Thomas and Lucy 
(Allerton) Barlow, of Amenia, N. Y., b. July 27, 1821, 
at Amenia. They were living there, in 1876. 
v. Mary Lucy, b. June 2, 1827 ; m. Nov. 28, 1852, at Sharon, 
Ralph Knibloe Woodward, son of David Woodruff and 
Eliza (Knibloe) Woodward, b. Jan. 16, 1825, at Sharon. 
They were living there, in 1876. 
vi. Julia Anne, b. May 3, 1833 ; d. Apr. 1, 1835. 



157 

Dr. John 6 Evekitt (Ebe? Ebenezcr? Israel? John? Richard 1 ), 
born June 11, 1793, at Sharon, Conn.; died June 20, 1873, at 
Nichols, N. Y. ; married May 22, 1820, at Tioga, Sarah Coryell, 
daughter of Emanuel Coryell, born May 15, 1796, at Nichols ; died 
there Jan. 17, 1875. He lived at Amenia, Dutchess county and 
Nichols, Tioga county, N. Y. 

Children, i, ii and vi born at Nichols, iv and v at Amenia : 

340. i. Mary Ann, 7 b. Apr. 14, 1821. 

341. ii. Elmore, b. Oct. 5, 1822. 

342. iii. Harvey C, b. Sept. 21, 1824. 

343. iv. Edward A., b. Aug. 11, 1831. 

344. v. Frederick M., b. Jan. 2, 1834. 

345. vi. Emily R, b. Feb. 13, 1838. 



Sixth Generation. 151 



158 

Dr. Hovey 6 Everitt (_E7>e, 5 Ebenezer, 4 Israel? John, 2 Richard 1 }, 
born Dec. 25, 1800, at Sharon, Conn.; died Dec. 21, 1861, at 
Chemung, N. Y. ; married Sept. 27, 1825, at Chemung, Cynthia 
Lowman, daughter of Jacob Lowman, born Aug. 20, 1802, at 
Chemung; died there Oct. 3, 1876. He was graduated M. D. at 
Yale College, in 1823, and settled in Chemung where he practiced 
his profession during his life. His opinions were much esteemed 
in public matters, but he declined to hold office. 

Children : 

i. Huldah Mabel, 7 b. July 14, 1826; d. Oct. 6, 1856; m. May 
19, 1852, at Chemung, Oliver H. P. Terry, son of John 
Stewart and Christian (Knapp) Terry, b. Oct. 3, 1824, 
in Orange county, N. Y. 

ii. Samuel E., b. Feb. 13, 1829; he was a farmer and living, 
in 1894, at Elmira, N. Y., unm. 

iii. Esther Mary, b. Oct. 16, 1831; living in 1894; m. Sept, 
18, 1861, at Chemung, Henry B. Jenkins, son of Archi- 
bald and Bethiah Jenkins, b. Nov. 11, 1829, at New- 
town (now Elmira), N. Y. ; d. Mar. 9, 1889. 

346. iv. Laurinda Ann, b. June 14, 1834. 

v. Jacob Lowman, b. Apr. 22, 1837; living, 1894, at Elmira, 
unm. He was a physician. 

347. vi. Sarah Frances, b. Feb. 1, 1840. 

159 

Elias 6 Everitt (E/iphalet, 5 Ebenezerf Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 

born ; died ; married , Emma Brown, daughter of 

William Brown, a " Friend." He was a farmer, and lived at 
Watertown, N. Y. 

Child, born at Watertown : 

348. i. William Elias, 7 b. Apr. 17, 1826. 

160 

William 6 Everitt (Joshua, 5 Joshua,' 1 Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Apr. 15, 1765, at Westminster, Mass. ; died Dec. 7, 1851, at 
Princeton, Mass. ; married 1st, Nov. 17, 1791, Pamela How, born 
Mar. 27, 1768, at Princeton; died there Apr. 12, 1818; married 



152 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

2d, Sept. 24, 1818, Mrs. Lucy (Mirick) Richardson, born Mar. 10, 
1766, at Princeton; died there Jan. 15, 1850. 

The town history of Holden, Mass., says a Baptist church was 
organized in that town in 1807. Among the members was a 
William Everett, who may have been this William, although his 
residence was at Princeton. 

Children, born at Princeton : 

i. William, 7 b. Aug. 25, 1793; d. Feb. 21, 1802. 

349. ii. William Stillman, b. Oct. 13, 1805. 

161 

Joshua 6 Everett (Joshua f Joshua* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Feb. 4, 1767, at Westminster, Mass. ; died Feb. 21, 1851, at 
Princeton, Mass. ; married 1st Jan. 3, 1793, Ruth Wood, born 
June 1, 1768, at Westminster; died Feb. 2, 1820, at Princeton; 
married 2d, July 29, 1821, Lucy Roper, b. Feb. — , 1766, at 
Sterling, Mass. ; died Oct. 13, 1837, at Princeton. He lived at 
Princeton. 

Children, born at Princeton : 

350. i. Samuel, 7 b. Oct. 11, 1793. 

351. ii. Israel, b. Nov. 10, 1795. 

iii. Asaph, b. Feb. 16, 1801; d. July 22, 1808. 
iv. Abram, b. Apr. 17, 1803; d. Sept. 18, 1845. 
• 352. v. Joshua Titus, b. Jan. 6, 1806. 

vi. Louisa, b. Aug. 27, 1809; m. June 4, 1835, Silas Walker, 
Jr., of West Boylston, Mass., b. Dec. 31, 1811. They 
moved to Grand Rapids, Mich., and were living, 1894, 
at Hesperia, Mich. 
353. vii. Erastus, b. Aug. 3, 1813. 

viii. Augustus, b. Aug. 3, 1813; d. Oct. 18, 1843, at Baton 
Rouge, La.; A. B. Dartmouth College, 1836; a teacher 
in Alabama and Louisiana. 

162 

Samuel 6 Everett (Josiah? Joshua* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 

born Feb. 17, 1777, at Attleboro', Mass.; died ; married 

Jan. 1, 1806, at Wrentham, Mass., Martha Felt; born Sept. 29, 
1785 ; died Sept. 16, 1815, and buried in Plainville cemetery, 



Sixth Generation. 153 



HVrentham. At the time of his marriage he was recorded as 
Samuel 2d, of Attleboro'. 
Children recorded at Attleboro' : 

i. Martha Ann Fisk, 7 b. Sept. 20, 1806. 
ii. Samuel Gilbert, b. May 12, 1808. 

163 

Paul 6 Everett (Josiah, 5 Joshua* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 

aorn Oct. 27, 1779, at Attleboro', Mass. ; married , Nancy 

Mason. 

Children, recorded at Attleboro' : 

354. i. Otis Whiting 7 b. Sept, 29, 1810. 

355. ii. Metcalf, b. Dec. 7, 1812. 

164 

Silas 6 Everett (Josiah 5 Joshua* Richard, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Oct. 27, 1779, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Dec. 22, 1845, at 
Wrentham, Mass. ; married May 24, 1804, at Wrentham, Try- 
phena Shepard, daughter of Jonathan and Tryphena Shepard, born 
it Wrentham, May 14, 1775 ; died there Sept. 23, 1865. He was 
i carpenter and lived at Attleboro'. 

Children, recorded at Attleboro' : 

356. i. Silas Shepard, 7 b. July 3, 1806. 

357. ii. Josiah Fisk, b. Nov. 14, 1808. 

358. iii. Erastus Davis, b. Sept. 22, 1810. 

iv. Charles Jarvis, b. June 12, 1812; A. B. Brown University 

1836; d. Nov. 15, 1839. 
v. Elizabeth Tryphena, b. Jan. 9, 1814; d. Mar. 1, 1845; 

m. Feb. 14, 1844, at Attleboro', Virgil Maxey, of 

Wrentham. 
vi. Harriet Newell, b. June 1, 1818; d. Sept. 23, 1843, at 

Wrentham. 

165 
Gilbert 6 Everett (Josiah, 5 Joshua,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
bom Jan. 22, 1782, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Apr. 30, 1814, at 
Taunton, Mass. ; married 1st, Jan. 13, 1805, at Taunton, Rowena 
Williams, who died there Mar. 9, 1809, aged 25 years ; married 2d, 
Rebecca Ingell, daughter of Jonathan, Jr., and Freelove Ingell. 



154 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

born Feb. 8, 1783, at Taunton; died there Feb. 3, 1870. He was 
a merchant at Taunton. 

Child of second wife, recorded at Taunton : 

i. Eliza, 7 b. Aug. 13, 1811 ; d. Jan. 24, 1859, unm. 

166 

Jesse 6 Everett ( William, 5 Joshua,* Richard? John? Richard 1 }, 
born Aug. 25, 1779, at North Attleboro', Mass. ; died June 20, 
1855, at Philadelphia, Penn. ; married 1st, Dec. 30, 1805, Mary 
Morey, daughter of Gen. John Morey, and adopted daughter of 
William Morey, of Boston, Mass. ; died June 5, 1808, aged 27 
years, at Albany, N. Y. ; married 2d, May 13, 1810, Abigail Par- 
ker, only daughter of Joshua and Abigail (Fletcher) Parker, of 
Lansingburg, N. Y., and a descendant of Governor Bradford ; died 
Feb. 6, 1829, aged 49 years, at New York City ; married 3d, Sept. 
29, 1831, Rebecca Ogden, daughter of Charles Ogden, of Spring- 
field, N. J. ; died Jan. 18, 1844, aged 52 years, at New York City. 

He settled at Albany, and was engaged in mercantile pursuits 
until 1819. Having become acquainted with Dr. Thomas Brown, 
whose discoveries in electricity were exciting attention, he co-oper- 
ated with that gentleman and removed to New York City, where 
he began the medical application of electricity, with the support of 
the most eminent members of the medical faculty, and continued 
this until the closing years of his life. 

Children, i-v born at Albany, vi at New York City : 

i. Sarah, 7 b. Feb. 15, 1807. 
ii. William, b. June 4, 1808; d. Oct. 1, 1808. 

Children of second wife : 

hi. Emily, b. Mar. 24, 1813 ; d. Nov. 9, 1814. 

iv. William, b. Aug. 14, 1814; d. Dec. 8, 1900, at New York 
City ; studied medicine at New York City ; was admitted 
to the profession and practiced several years. In 1844, 
he became a minister in the Protestant Episcopal church 
and officiated in the dioceses of Connecticut, Long 
Island, and New York. In 1853, he was admitted to 
the priesthood in the Roman Catholic church, and 
served at the Church of the Nativity, N. Y., where 
for the last year of his life he was rector emeritus. 



Sixth Generation. 155 



359. v. Horace, b. Sept. 14, 1817. 

vi. Amanda, b. May 18, 1822; d. Mar. 28, 1898, at Palmyra, 
1ST. Y. ; m. Oct. 3, 1850, Norman Lapbam, son of Aretas 
and Eliza (Harris) Lapbam, b. May 14, 1825, at Pal- 
myra; d. tbere Aug. 1, 1893. Children (Lapbam): 1. 
Emihf: 2. Helen. " Both living, 1899, on the family 
homestead at Palmyra. 

167 

Sarah 6 Everett (William? Joshua ? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Feb. 22, 1785, at North Attleboro', Mass. ; married 
1st, May 20, 1806, at North Attleboro', John Balcom, died Oct. 9, 
1841, at Palmyra, N. Y. ; married 2d, Sept. 14, 1845, Justin Olin. 

Children (Balcom), i, ii born at North Attleboro', iii at New 
Lebanon, N. Y., iv-vii at Stephentown, N. Y., viii at Palmyra : 

i. John Everett, 7 born Dec. 17, 1808. 
ii. Jesse, b. Aug. 23, 1810. 
iii. William, b. Aug. 10, 1813. 
iv. Sarah Ann, b. Apr. 24, 1816; m. William Moore; res., 

Orleans, Phelps county, N. Y. 
v. Hiram Goodrich, b. Dec. 31, 1818. 
vi. Emily, b. Sept. 3, 1821; d. Sept. 11, 1848, at Mequanigo, 

Wis. ; m. James Stilwell. 
vh. Caroline Stewart, b. May 2, 1824; m. Joseph Kingsley; 

res., Orleans, 
viii. George Washington, b. May 29, 1827. 

168 

William 6 Everett (William? Joshua? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 ), born July 3, 1797, at North Attleboro', Mass. ; died there 
May 3, 1844 ; married Oct. 9, 1823, Esther Cummings Peabody, 
daughter of William and Melinda (Woodward) Peabody, born 
Aug. 29, 1797, at Union, Me.; died Oct. 26, 1875, at North 
Attleboro'. He lived, as his father and grandfather had done, 
on the old Everett homestead at North Attleboro'. He was a 
member of Washington Rifle Corps, of Attleboro', and served as 
its captain, 1824-27. He was a selectman of Attleboro', 1843-44. 

Children, born at North Attleboro' : 

i. Melinda Rebecca, 7 b. May 6, 1825 ; d. Dec. 14, 1863, unm. 
ii. Emeline, b. Oct. 25, 1826; d. June 24, 1832. 



156 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iii. Cornelia Ann, b. Dec. 18, 1828; living, in 1897, at North 

Attleboro'. 
iv. William Henry, b. Mar. 16, 1831 ; d. Sept. 26, 1892. 
v. Charles Edwin, b. June 29, 1833; d. Aug. 26, 1838. 
vi. George Homer, b. Dec. 8, 1836; d. Aug. 20, 1879. 



169 

Hervey 6 Everett (William, 6 Joshua, 4 Richard?, John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born June 21, 1800, at North Attleboro', Mass. ; died Jan. 
24, 1872, at Medway, Mass; married Oct. 23, 1836, at Lowell, 
Mass., Sophia Rice, daughter of Seth and Lydia (Stevens) Rice, 
born Feb. 4, 1798, at Marlboro', Mass. ; died Apr. 5, 1878, at 
Medway. He lived at Attleboro' and West Medway. 

Child, born at Attleboro : 

i. Lydia Anna, 7 b. Oct. 24, 1842 ; d. Mar. 11, 1864. 

170 

Judge Richard Clair 6 Everett (Richard, 5 Jeremiah, 4 Rich- 
ard, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Mar. 28, 1762-3, at Attleboro', Mass. ; 
died Mar. 22, 1815, at Lancaster, N. H. ; married Dec. 17, 1793, 
Persis Wilder, daughter of Major Jonas Wilder, of Lancaster, 
born May 19, 1754, at Templeton, Mass. ; died July 9, 1838, at 
Lancaster. 

In 1779, when fifteen years of age, he enlisted in Capt. Cow- 
din's company, of Fitchburg, for a month's service. In 1780 and 
1781, his name appears on the quota for Westminster, Mass., where 
he had an uncle living. In Oct., 1781, he went from Provi- 
dence, R. I., where his mother resided after the death of his 
father, to Lancaster, and entered the employ of Major Wilder. 
Family tradition says he was a member of the party which cut 
the first wagon trail through the Crawford notch. In 1784, 
determined to get an education, he went to Hanover, N. H., where 
he fitted for college, at Moor's Charity School, and was graduated 
A. B. at Dartmouth College, in 1790. During vacations, he 
taught school at Westminster. He studied law three years, at 
Albany, N. Y., and was admitted to the Coos county bar in 1793. 



Sixth Generation. 157 



He was a representative in the New Hampshire Legislature, 1796- 
1802 ; colonel of militia several years ; appointed, in 1805, Chief 
Justice of the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Coos ; 
and in 1813, Justice of the Court of Common Pleas for the 
western (N. H.) circuit, a position he held until his death. The 
engagement ring he gave his wife has been preserved in a china 
box, and has descended from a Persis to a Persis, and in 1893, 
was owned by a granddaughter, Mrs. Persis F. Chase, of Lan- 
caster. The house built by Mr. Everett is still standing on the 
main street of Lancaster. 
Children, born at Lancaster : 

i. Drusilla Shurtleff, 7 b. May 16, 1795 ; d. Sept. 6, 1867 ; m. 
May 16, 1814, Dr. Benjamin Hunking, of Lancaster. 

ii. Persis de la Fayette, b. July 11, 1797"; d. May 13, 1853; 
m. Mar. 15, 1821, Major John Wingate Weeks, b. 
Mar. 31, 1781, in Greenland, N. H. ; d. Apr. 3, 1853, at 
Lancaster. 

hi. Almira Jay, b. July 10, 1799; d. Aug. 26, 1885; m. 1st, 
July 29, 1823, Thomas Peverly, a lawyer, of Northum- 
berland, N. H.; m. 2d, Sept. 8, 1833, Rev. William 
Hobart Hadley, A. M. Union, 1832. 

iv. Abigail, b. Oct. 10, 1801 ; d. May 8, 1803. 

v. Abigail Clair, b. Nov. 17, 1804; d. July 14, 1883; m. Dec. 
26, 1827, Col. Ephraim Cross, of Lancaster. 

vi. Lucy Jane, b. May 21, 1807; d. Aug. 10, 1808. 

vii. Elizabeth Amelia, b. Sept. 7, 1811 ; d. Dec. 24, 1864. 

171 

Jacob 6 Everett (Jeremiah? Jeremiah? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 }, born June 24, 1781, at Westminster, Mass. ; died Nov. 2, 
1850, at Halifax, Vt. ; married 1st, Oct. 13, 1803, at Halifax, Mary- 
Fish, daughter of Samuel and Susannah Fish, born Dec. 17, 1781, 
at Halifax; died there Oct. 18, 1833; married 2d, Aug. 13, 1840, 
Mary Brooks, born Oct. 11, 1792; died Sept. — , 1860. He was a 
farmer, and lived on the parental homestead at Halifax. 

Children, born at Halifax : 

360. i. Jacob Warren, 7 b. Nov. 15, 1804. 

ii. Jabez, b. Nov. 22, 1806; d. Mar. 8, 1808. 



158 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

ill. Mary Ann, b. Dec. 4, 1808 ; d. July 6, 1853, at Peru, Vt. ; 
m. Mar. 13, 1829, Jesse Brown, Jr., of Peru. 

iv. Jeremiah, b. June 8, 1811 ; d. Feb. 8, 1892, at South Deer- 
field, Me., unm. 

361. v. Joel Sumner, b. Aug. 28, 1813. 

vi. Eunice Moselle, b. Dec. 10, 1815; living, 1894, at Green- 
field, Mass. ; m. Nov. 25, 1839, at Halifax, Dexter Marsh; 
d. Apr. 2, 1853, aged 45, at Greenfield. Children 
(Marsh): 1. George Everett:* 2. Ellen Mary: 3. 
Emma. 

vii. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 3, 1818; living, 1894, at Montague, 
Mass.; m. Feb. 8, 1842, at Halifax, Simeon Blodgett, 
of Deerfield. Children (Blodgett): 1. Ellen:* 2. 
Sumner: 3. Edwin: 4. Elizabeth: 5. Elbridge: 
6. Arthur. 

362. viii. Susan, b. Sept. 26, 1820. 

363. ix. Samuel Fish, b. Dec. 18, 1822. 

364. x. John D wight, b. Jan. 6, 1827. 



172 

Col. Samuel 6 Everett (Jeremiah? Jeremiah* Richard? John? 
Richard 1 '), born Aug. 1, 1784, at Halifax, Vt. ; died Feb. 1, 1842, 

at Marion county, Ohio ; married , in Meigs county, Ohio, 

Sally Carr, daughter of Hamilton Carr, born Apr. 19, 1794, in 
Meigs county ; died Feb. 12, 1868, in Mercer county, Ills. He 
was a farmer, a saddler, a colonel of militia, and served in the war 
of 1812 ; he lived in Meigs and Marion counties. 

Children, born in Ohio : 

i. Susan, 7 b. Dec. 12, 1817; d.Aug. 27, 1849, at Larue, Ohio; 
m. 1st, Leroy L. Lewis, son of Kenyon Lewis, b. in 
Genesee county, N. Y. ; m. 2d, in Marion county, Lewis 
Topliff ; they lived at Larue. 

365. ii. William, b. Jan. 18, 1819. 

hi. Amanda, b. June 11, 1823; d. Jan. 11, 1835. 

iv. Sophia, b. Apr. 12, 1827 ; living, 1896, at Aledo, Ills. ; m. 

Sept. 2, 1852, Guilford D. Miller, son of William and 

Sophia (Carr) Miller, b. May 20, 1824, atMaysville, Ky. ; 

d. May 20, 1893. 
v. Calista, b. Dec. 17, 1829; d. Jan. 8, 1861, in Marion 

county; m. D. H. Harvey, b. Aug. 15, 1822, in Franklin 

county, Penn. 

366. vi. Samuel Franklin, b. Feb. 12, 1834. 



Sixth Generation. 1 59 



173 

John 6 Everett (Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah, 4 Richard, 5 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Mar. 13, 1791, at Halifax, Vt. ; died Feb. 23, 1849, at 
Sharon, Mich.; married May 18, 1818, at Pittsfield, Mass., Paulina 
Phelps, born Aug. 29, 1790 ; died July 21, 1872, at Sharon. He 
lived on the Holland Purchase, N. Y., and in Oakland and Wash- 
tenaw counties, Mich. ; taught school and managed a farm. He 
was appointed a justice of the peace for Oakland county, by 
Governor Lewis Cass. He was a firm and active Baptist. 

Children : 

i. John Phelps, 7 b. Dec. 27, 1820; d. Aug. 26, 1828. 

367. ii. Franklin, b. May 30, 1825. 

368. hi. Jay, b. Oct. 2, 1827. 

369. iv. John, b. Feb. 2, 1831. 

v. Phelps, b. Mar. 22, 1834; said to be married and living, 
1893, in Boise City, Idaho. 



174 

Jonas 6 Everett (John, 5 Jeremiah, 4 Richard, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Feb. 1, 1778, at Temple, N. H. ; died Nov. 17, 1853, at Or- 
leans, N. Y. ; married Nov. 9, 1800, at Litchfield, N. Y., Elizabeth 
Scovill. He was a farmer, lived at Litchfield until 1803, when he 
moved to Watertown, N. Y., where he cleared a farm. In 1818, 
he moved to Orleans, where he again cleared a farm. 

Children, i and ii born at Litchfield, iii-vi at Watertown : 

i. Clarissa, 7 b. Aug. 28, 1801; in. July 16, 1820, at Orleans, 

Stephen Scovill ; living at Orleans in 1861. 
ii. Harriet, b. Jan. 24, 1803; m. Feb. 10, 1822, at Orleans, 

Erastus Warner; living at Orleans in 1861. 
iii. Philena, b. Apr. 24, 1805; m. Aug. 13, 1826, at Orleans, 

Leander Rice; living at Orleans in 1861. 
370. iv. Brainard, b. Mar. 15, 1807. 

v. Orrin, b. July 1, 1809; d. Aug. 27, 1854, at Maumee, Lucas 

county, Ohio; m. Mar. 28, 1833, Lucyette Reynolds, of 

Clayton, N. Y. ; said to have had five children, one of 

whom was Charles 3f. s 
vi. Eliza, b. Sept. 29, 1812; m. Nov. 24, 1839, at Orleans. 

Bliss Sexton; living at Orleans in 1861. 



160 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

175 

Sylvester 6 Everett (Samuel? Jeremiah? Richard? John? 
Richard 1 }, born Aug. 12, 1782, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died July 23, 
1814, at Attleboro', Mass. ; married July 7, 1805, at Attleboro', 
Waity Stanley, born July 27, 1787, at Attleboro' ; died there Aug. 
23, 1847. He was a trader, and lived at Attleboro' and Walpole, 
Mass. 

Children, i born at Attleboro', ii at Walpole : 

i. Loisa, 7 b. Aug. 25, 1806; m. Nov. 2, 1826, at Attleboro', 
Alfred Barrows, of Attleboro'. 
371. ii. Dennis, b. June — , 1810. 

176 

Susanna 6 Everett (Samuel? Jeremiah? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 ^), born July 2, 1790, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died July 3, 1857 ; 
married Oct. 28, 1810, at Attleboro', Manning Richards, son of 
Calvin and Lydia (Walcott) Richards, born June 20, 1789, at 
Attleboro' ; died July 27, 1827, at North Attleboro'. Mr. Richards 
was a farmer, and also a manufacturer of jewelry. In 1815, he 
employed twenty-four operatives. He later opened a store and 
public house in North Attleboro'. 

Children (Richards) : 

i. Maria S., 7 b. — , 1811 ; d. — , 1875; m. W. B. Franklin. 
Children (Franklin) : 

1. Benjamin, 6 b. ; m. Maria Coburn. 

2. Adelaide, b. ; m. George French. 

3. Elton, b. ; m. Annie Goodwin. 

4. Henrietta, b. ; m. Clarence Fisber. 

ii. Hervey Manning, b. July 11, 1812; d. July 19, 1886; m. 

June 3, 1833, Juline Capron, dau. of David Capron. 
iii. Anjanett, b. ; m. Stephen Richardson. 

177 

Fanny 6 Everett (Samuel? Jeremiah? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 }, born Apr. 28, 1792, at Attleboro', Mass. ; married , Jesse 

Swan. 

Children (Swan) : 

i. Mandana, 7 b. ; m. Tifft. 

ii. Angeline, b. . 

iii. Amelia, b. . m. Washburn. 

iv. Horace, b. . 



Sixth Generation. 161 



173 

Charlotte 6 Everett (Samuel, 5 Jeremiah* Richard, 3 John* 
Richard 1 }, born Feb. 15, 1793, at New London, N. H. ; died Apr. 
14, 1867, at Attleboro', Mass. ; married Dec. 26, 1816, at Attle- 
boro', Jonathan Day, son of Loammi and Mary ( Jillison) Day, born 
Mar. 14, 1788, at Attleboro' ; died there May 10, 1869. 

Children (Day) : 

i. Susan, 7 b. Feb. 26, 1820; d. Nov., 1841; m. Perry Ballou. 
ii. Maria, b. Nov. 26, 1823 ; m. Joel Howard. 
iii. George, b.Dec. 7, 1825 ; d. July, 1863 ; m. Elizabeth Hidden, 
iv. Mary, b. June 14, 1828 ; d. Jan., 1900 ; m. Minot Fisher, 
v. James, b. Oct. 30, 1831 ; m. — , 1869, at Boston, Mary A. 
Neale, dau. of John and Elizabeth Neale. Child : Char- 
lotte* Everett, b. July 11, 1871. 
vi. Albert, b. Aug. 25, 1833 ; d. 1835. 
vii. Ellen, b. June 26, 1836; m. Benjamin Smith. 

179 

Richard 6 Everett (Samuel, 5 Jeremiah,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard}'), born Aug. 3, 1796, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died July 27, 1863, 
at Seekonk, Mass. ; married 1st, Apr. 4, 1820, at Providence, R. 
I., Louisa Tingley, daughter of Samuel and Amy Tingley, born 
Nov. 2, 1796, at South Attleboro' ; married 2d, Oct. 11, 1853, at 
Providence, Jennie Hood, daughter of John and Helen (Stewart) 
Hood, of Pictou, N. S., born Aug. 19, 1828, at Pictou; living, 
1902, at Franklin, Mass. He began the manufacture of jewelry 
at Attleboro' in 1827, in a small way, which increased from the 
character of his work, so that in 1827, he employed workmen ; 
and finally admitted his son, Richard, to partnership. He was 
also, at one time, an innholder. 

Children : 

i. Richard Louis, 7 b. May 26, 1821 ; d. , 1829. 

ii. Samuel Henry, b. Mar. 3, 1823; d. Nov. 7, 1892, at Provi- 
dence, unm. 
iii. Maria Louisa, b. May 2, 1825; m. Feb. 14, 1845, at Attle- 
boro', Frederick Perkins. He was an engineer, born at 
Hartford, Conn., and living, 1890, in New York City, 
iv. Ellen Adelaide, b. May 29, 1830; d. Sept. 1892, at River- 
side, Conn. ; m. William II. Hicks, of New York City. 
372. v. Richard Louis Ferdinand, b. Nov. 26, 1833. 



162 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

180 

Maistdana 6 Everett (Samuel, 5 Jeremiah, 41 Richard, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born — , 1798, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Nov. 30, 1882, at 
North Attleboro' ; married Feb. 17, 1828, at Attleboro', Josiah 
Draper, son of Samuel and Mille (Draper) Draper, born Mar. 23, 
1795, at Attleboro' ; died Aug. 4, 1861. 

Children (Draper) : 

i. Celestine Walcott, 7 b. , 1828; d. , 1896; m. 

Edward W. Davenport. Child (Davenport) : Annie, 8 
m. Edwin Whitney, 
ii. Francis Samuel, b. Nov. 8, 1830; d. Aug. 15, 1886; m. 
Harriet Eliza Robinson. Children : 

1. Josiah Everett, 8 b. Jan. 1, 1852; m. July 25, 1877, Emma 

R. Walcott. 

2. Frank Eugene, b. Aug. 5, 1S64; m. , 18S6, Henrietta 

Edith Wood, of Wellesley, Mass. 

iii. Ellen, b. , 1834; d. Apr. 15, 1881 ; m. Charles E. Smith. 

iv. Dora, b. ■ , 1837; d. Aug. 25, 1867; m. Louis A. 

Barrows. 

181 

Clarissa 6 Everett (Penuel? Jeremiah, 4 Richard, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Dec. 12, 1787, at New London, N. H. ; died Oct. 26, 
1868 ; married Feb. 8, 1808, at Newbury, N. H., John Baker. 

Children (Baker) : 

i. Aphia, 7 b. Dec. 22, 1808; d. July 20, 1847. 
ii. Elvira, b. June 16, 1810. 

iii. Mary, b. Oct. 25, 1811 ; m. July 4, 1848, Benjamin Leach, 
iv. Hiram, b. June 4, 1813 ; m. Jan. 17, 1848, Betsy K. Felch. 
v. Lyman, b. Mar. 5, 1815; d. Apr. 26, 1850. 
vi. Sophia G., b. Jan. 31, 1817. 
vii. Hannah E., b. Oct. 30, 1818; m. Mar. 3, 1867, Simeon 

Stearns, 
viii. Benjamin F., b. Feb. 8, 1820. 
ix. John E., b. May 24, 1821; d. Oct. 26, 1857; m. July 4, 

1855, Sarah J. Felch. 
x. Alonzo K, b. Apr. 11, 1823; d. Dec. 6, 1837. 
xi. Clarissa, b. Dec. 25, 1824; d. July 20, 1832. 
xii. Charles S., b. Feb. 20, 1827 ; m. Sept. 23, 1852, Lizzie C. 

Stearns. 
xiii. George W., b. Dec. 31, 1828; d. Feb. 1, 1863; m. Jan. 1, 

1857, Mary E. Harvey, 
xiv. Andrew J., b. Dec. 31, 1828; d. Jan. 21, 1862. 
xv. Penuel E., b. Apr. 23, 1832; m. Mar. 12, 1856, Mary E. 
Chad wick. 



/Sixth Generation. 163 



182 

Otis 6 Everett (Pe?iuel, 6 Jeremiah,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
torn Feb. 18, 1789, at New London, N. H. ; died Feb. 24, 1860 ; 

aarried , 1815, at New London, Mary Shepherd, of New 

jondon. He was a farmer, and lived at New London until 1839, 
rhen he sold real estate, including his homestead, in New Lon- 
.on, Wilmot, and Kearsarge Gore, N. H., and removed to Water- 
liet, Albany county, N. Y. 

Children, born at New London : 

373. i. Elbridgre Gerry, 7 b. June 13, 1816. 

ii. Sally S., b. Jan. 11, 1818 ; m. Jan. 1, 1838, William S. 
Shepherd, son of John and Caty (Ward) Shepherd, of 
Albany, N. Y. 

hi. William F., b. Dec. 13, 1820 ; d. Mar. 14, 1821. 

iv. Hannah S., b. Mar. 9, 1822 ; m. , 1844, Aurelius Gove, 

of Watervliet, N. Y. 

v. Robert B., b. May 17, 1824 ; captain in the Civil war ; killed 
at Gettysburg, July 1, 1803. 

vi. George H., b. Aug. 20, 1820; d. Mar. 3, 1803, at George- 
town, D. C. 
vii. Mary M., b. Sept. 29, 1828. 
viii. Edwin O., b. , 1830 ; d. , 1831. 

374. ix. Otis Hamilton, b. Aug. 10, 1832. 

183 

Richabd C. 6 Everett (Penuel, 6 Jeremiah,* Michard, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Mar. 7, 1791, at New London, N. H. ; died Aug. 
.6, 1870, at Newport, N. H. ; married Sept. 12, 1819, at Grafton, 
tf. H., Rhoda Haskins, born Dec. 31, 1792, at Grafton ; died 
?eb. 15, 1876, at Newport. He was a farmer, and lived at New 
^ondon until about 1840, when he removed to Newport, where he 
lultivated a farm on the west slope of Oak Hill. 

Children, born at New London : 

i. Samuel Hannibal Napoleon Bonaparte, 7 b. Sept. 17, 1820; 
d. May 5, 1843. He was editor of The Iris and Literary 
Repository, of Concord, N. H., 1842, and of the Literary 
Souvenir, of Manchester, N. H. He contributed several 
tales and short stories to Gleason's Magazine. 



164 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

ii. Charles Pinckney, b. Mar. 28, 1825 ; d. Mar. 3, 1890, at 
Newport; m. May 6, 1858, Rosalind S. Page, dau. of 
John and Miriam (Sargent) Page, of New London. His 
farm at Newport was that owned by his father. 

iii. Rhoda Harriet, b. Aug. 26, 1829 ; m. Aug. 12, 1852, James 
M. Kenerson, of New London. They removed West. 

184 

Leonard 6 Everett (Penuelf Jeremiah* Richard, 3 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born June 4, 1802, at New London, N. H. ; died Oct. 28, 
1866, at Kenduskeag, Me. ; married Sept. 22, 1831, at Levant, Me., 
Catharine Ingraham. He lived at Corinth, Levant, and Kendus- 
keag. 

Children, i-iii born at Corinth, iv at Levant : 

i. Harlan P., 7 b. Mar. 27, 1835 ; slain by Indians, July — , 
1858, in Oregon. 

375. ii. John H, b. Sept. 7, 1841. 

iii. Alonzo G., b. Oct. 29, 1844; d. Oct. 26, 1856, at Ken- 
duskeag. 
iv. Robert P., b. Sept. 13, 1848. 

185 

Lyman 6 Everett (Penuel, 6 Jeremiah, 4 Richard, 5 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Sept. 30, 1804, at New London, N. H. ; died Oct. 17, 
1864 ; married Regina Sperry, of Lahave, N. S. 

Children : 

i. Mary A., 7 b. ; d. young. 

ii. Angeline, b. . 

iii. Mary A., b. . 

376. iv. Lyman, b. Nov. 10, 1838. 

v. David, b. . 

vi. Amasa, b. . 

vii. Louisa, b. . 

viii. Lydia, b. . 

ix. Hosea, b. ; d. Sept. 17, 1868. 

x. William, b. . 

186 
Dexter 6 Everett (JLevi? Jeremiah? Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Mar. 30, 1790, at New London, N. H. ; died there, Apr. 13, 
1860 ; married 1st, June 9, 1814, at New London, Betsey Pingree, 



Sixth Generation. 165 



aughter of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Kimball) Pingree, born Sept. 
, 1789, at New London ; died there, Dec. 7, 1848 ; married 2d, 
an. 12, 1850, Mrs. Hannah Cross, of Grantham, N. H. He was a 
addler ; lived a few years at Grafton, N. H., when he returned 
o New London. 
Children, i, ii born at Grafton, iii-v at New London : 

i. Daniel Kimball Dexter, 7 b. Mar. 13, 1815 ; d. Aug. 1, 1833. 

377. ii. Elkanah Philip, b. Apr. 11, 1820. 

378. iii. Moses Pingree, b. June 1, 1823. 

379. iv. David E., b. Oct. 25, 1825. 

v. Betsey Ann, b. Nov. 27, 1833 ; m. Sept. 1, 1850, at New 
London, Dennis H. Adams, son of Solomon and Mary 
(Collins) Adams. Res. North Sutton, N. H. 

187 

Milton 6 Everett (Levi? Jeremiah* Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
»orn Feb. 28, 1794, at New London, N. H. ; died Jan. 26, 1884, 
,t Little Sioux, Iowa ; married Zillah W. Gay, daughter of Seth 
t nd Zillah (Woodbury) Gay, born Nov. 17, 1797, at Springfield, 
*. H. ; died Mar. 15, 1801, at New London, N. H. He lived in 
Springfield and New London ; at the latter he was a captain in the 
nilitia. In 1862, he deeded one-half of his homestead in New 
^ondon to his son, Newton C. ; and in 1864, they disposed of all 
>f their land in New London, and moved to Little Sioux. 

Children : 

380. i. Jonathan Gay, 7 b. Nov. 28, 1817. 
ii. Julia Ann, b. Aug. 22, 1819. 

381. iii. Harrison, b. Mar. 30, 1825. 

iv. Orlando, b. Apr. 6, 1828 ; d. Jan. — , 1873, in British 
Columbia; m. 1st, Oct. 31, 1855, Susan J. Taft, dau. of 
Francis and Elizabeth P. Taft, b. at Gouldsboro', Me. ; 
d. Feb. 11, 1859, at Cambridge, Mass.; m. 2d, Apr. 7, 
1861, at Cambridge, Amanda Bixby, dau. of Daniel 
Bixby, b. at Litchfield, N. H. 
v. Rufus PL, b. Feb. 17, 1830. 

382. vi. Benjamin Gay, b. Dec. 3, 1834. 

vii. Newton C, b. Feb. 8, 1837 ; m. Mary L. ; he enlisted 

Aug. 18, 1862, in the 11th regiment, N. H. Vols. ; was 
wounded Dec. 13, 1862, at Fredericksburg, and dis- 
charged for disability, Aug. 5, 1863, at Concord, N. H. 
About 1864, he moved to Little Sioux, Iowa. 



166 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



188 

David 6 Everett (Jonathan? Jonathan? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Sept. 6, 1783, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died Apr. 25, 
1866, at Hopkinton, N. H. ; married 1st, Sept. 13, 1807, at New 
London, N. H., Amy Snowden, of Sackville, N. S. ; died July 7, 
1850, aged 68 years; married 2d, Mrs. Sarah Fuller, of Hopkinton. 
He lived on the home farm at New London until 1852, when it 
passed out of the possession of the Everett family. He also 
lived at Hopkinton, where his will, dated Oct. 19, 1855, proved 
May — , 1866, names wife, Sarah A. Everett; son-in-law, Stevens 
C. Roby, of Milwaukee, Wis. ; daughters Duroxa M. Robie and 
Almira S. Crawford, of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; and granddaughters 
Eliza R. Crawford and Maria B. Crawford. 

Children : 

i. Almira S., 7 b. July 20, 1808 ; m. Feb. 4, 1834, Rev. Luther 
Crawford, of Alexandria, N. H. Removed to Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

ii. Susan F., b. Jan. 14, 1810; d. Feb. 20, 1810. 

iii. Duroxa M., b. Jan. 19, 1811 ; m. 1841, Stephen C. Robie, 
of Springfield, N. H., son of Samuel and Abigail (Col- 
cord) Robie. Removed to Portage City, Wis., where 
he died 1895. 

iv. Son, b. Feb. 15, 1813; d Feb. 15, 1813. 

v. Daniel M., b. Dec. 16, 1815; d. June 8, 1840. 

189 

Jonathan 6 Everett (Jonathan? Jonathan? Richard? John? 
Richard 1 ), born June 21, 1789, at New London, N. H. ; died 
there, July 28, 1856; married there, Nov. 15, 1815, Apphia Bur- 
pee, daughter of Asa and Mary (Perley) Burpee, born May 13, 
1795, at New London; died there, Feb. 15, 1869. He was a sad- 
dler and harness-maker, and lived all his life at New London. 
He was a strong anti-slavery man, when to be one subjected him 
to scorn and contempt. 

Children, born at New London : 

i. Martha Ann, 7 b. Oct. 25, 1816 ; d. Oct. 26, 1816. 
ii. Horace S. M., b. Oct. 10, 1817; d. Aug. 22, 1819. 
383. iii. George Washington, b. Nov. 28, 1819. 



Sixth Generation. 1 67 



iv. Herbert Foster, b. Apr. 6, 1822; d. Aug. 17, 1823. 

384. v. Abial Burpee, b. Apr. 4, 1824. 

vi. Mary A., b. Oct. 4, 1826; d. Nov. 17, 1869, at Yokohama, 
Japan; m. Sept. 8, 1846, Capt. George E. Lane, of 
Gloucester, Mass. He was a captain in the service of 
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, and agent of the 
line at Yokohama, 
vii. Walter P. F., b. Dec. 4, 1829 ; d. Feb. — , 1830. 
viii. Jonathan R., b. Dec. 21, 1832; d. Apr. 7, 1855. 

190 

Daniel M. 6 Everett (Jonathan, 6 Jonathan* Richard, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born May 9, 1791, at New London, N. H. ; died Aug. 
9, 1876 ; married May 7, 1818, at New London, Rachel Clement, 
daughter of Benjamin Moody and Rachel (Herrick) Clement, born 
Sept. 10, 1794, at Hopkinton, N. H. ; died Nov. — , 1871, at Con- 
cord, N. H. He was a cabinet-maker, and lived at New London, 
Sanbornton and Salisbury, N. H. He was an abolitionist, and a 
worker in the temperance cause. 

Children, born at New London : 

i and ii. Twins, 7 b. Apr. 25, 1819; d. Apr. 26, 1819. 
iii. Mary Messenger, b. July 23, 1820 ; d. Nov. 3, 1820. 
iv. Emily Gates,"b. Nov. 1, 1821; m. Oct. 26, 1841, Amos 

Dodge, b. Aug. 15, 1813, at New Boston, N. H. ; d. 

Sept. 30, 1871. Res. Concord. 

385. v. Daniel Ronaldo, b. Aug. 26, 1827. 

191 

David Mann 6 Everett (Pelatiahf Jonathan, 4 Richard, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born June 26, 1785, at Westminster, Mass. ; died Dec. 
24, 1873, at South Thomaston, Me.; married Nov. 3, 1808, Jane 
Bartlett, of South Thomaston, who died Mar. 19, 1855. He was 
i farmer, and lived at South Thomaston. 

Children, born at South Thomaston : 

i. Mary, 7 b. Mar. 1, 1810; d. Mar. 13, 1812. 
ii. Mary, b. Mar. 10, 1812 ; d. Apr. 15, 1844. 
iii. Jeanette G., b. Aug. 30, 1814; living, 1887, in Idaho ; m. 

Sept. 23, 1842, Adrian Child, of Harps well, Me. 
iv. Prudence C, b. Jan. 27, 1817 ; d. Dec. 21, 1883; m. Capt. 
Alfred Sherman, of Hope, Me. ; they lived at South 
Thomaston. 



168 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

v. Meletiah, b. Oct. — , 1821 ; d. Sept. 25, 1826. 

386. vi. David B., b. July 16, 1826. 

387. vii. Samuel G., b. Nov. 3, 1828. 

viii. Sarah Ellen, b. Nov. 23, 1834; living, 1879, at San Jose, 
Cal. ; m. .Henry Drew. 

192 

Pelatiah Mann 6 Everett (Pelatiah? Jonathan,* Richard? 
John? Richard 1 '), born June 3, 1787, at Westminster, Mass. ; died 
May 12, 1850, at Fitzwilliam, N. H. ; married Feb. 24, 1812, Abi- 
gail Carter, daughter of Joseph and Anna (Smith) Carter, born 
Oct. 15, 1790, at Lancaster, Mass. ; died Feb. 2, 1859, at Fitz- 
william. He went from Westminster to Fitzwilliam about 1809. 

Children, born at Fitzwilliam : 

388. i. George Cutting, 7 b. Apr. 17, 1813. 

ii. Abigail Ann, b. Mar. 25, 1815 ; d. Feb. 10, 1817. 

389. hi. Lorenzo Carter, b. Mar. 23, 1818. 

iv. Abigail Ann, b. Mar. 17, 1821 ; d. Feb. 11, 1878 ; m. Aug. 
29, 1839, Isaac Aldrich, son of Isaac and Abigail Aid- 
rich, of Richmond, N. H., b. Mar. 11, 1817; d. July 30, 
1882. They lived at Fitzwilliam, Troy, and Keene, N. H. 

390. v. William Henry, b. Sept. 3, 1824. 

193 

Joel 6 Everett (Pelatiah? Jonathan? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), 
born Sept. 9, 1791, at Westminster, Mass.; died Aug. 31, 1876, 
at Medfield, Mass. ; married 1st, May 9, 1820, at Attleboro', Mass., 
Hepzibeth Blackington, born July 13, 1794; died Mar. 29, 1849, 
at Wrentham, Mass. ; married 2d, Feb. 20, 1850, at Medfield, Mrs. 
Hannah Ware, widow of Philander Ware, and daughter of Joseph 
and Jane Plimpton, born Feb. 3, 1793, at Portland, Me. ; died 
July 6, 1853, at Medfield. His mother dying when he was young, 
he was reared by his uncle, Amos Hawes, of Franklin, Mass. In 
1823, he was living in Pawtucket, R. I. ; in 1827, in Dunstable, 
N. H. ; in 1830, in Wrentham, where he was engaged in the man- 
ufacture of thread, until 1850, when he moved to Medfield. 

Children : 

i. Edwin Augustus, 7 b. Feb. 9, 1821 ; d. Mar. 18, 1821. 
ii. Joseph Bucklin, b. Nov. 2, 1824 ; d. Mar. 30, 1827. 



Sixth Generation. 169 



iii. Henry J., b. Oct. 11, 1826, at Nashua, N. H.; d. July 7, 
1871, at Medfield, Mass.; m. Nov. 8, 1855, Almenia C. 
Burr, daughter of Joshua Burr, of Newton, Mass. ; liv- 
ing, 1893, at Medfield. He was educated at the Bridge- 
water State Normal School, and a member of the class 
of 1846 ; taught school three years; was town clerk of 
Medfield many years. 

iv. Charlotte Fisher, b. Apr. 24, 1829 ; d. Nov. 12, 1832. 
391. v. Albert M., b. Nov. 16, 1830. 

vi. Edgar Blackington, b. June 22, 1834 ; d. Oct. 12, 1834. 

vii. Amelia F., b. , 1836 ; living, 1893, at Medfield. 

194 

Sally 6 Everett (Pelatiah, 6 Jonathan? Richard, 2, John, 2 Rich- 
rd 1 ), born June 23, 1804, at Westminster, Mass.; died Aug. 6, 
882, at Oxford, Mass. ; married Dec. 7, 1826, Harvey Thayer, 
on of Elijah and Huldah (Towne) Thayer, born July 28, 1803, 
t Leicester, Mass. ; died Apr. 25, 1846, at Leicester. 

Children (Thayer), i-vi born at Leicester, vii-ix at Palmer, 

lass. : 

i. Augustus, 7 b. Sept. 9, 1828 ; d. Mar. 12, 1853, at Newbury- 

port, Mass. ; m. Martha Hanaford. 
ii. Marcelia F., b. Nov. 28, 1830; d. Jan. 18, 1843. 
iii. Susan L., b. Nov. 15, 1832; d. June 24, 1900, at Oxford; 

m. Nov. 30, 1850, George N. Mann, 
iv. Abel S., b. Mar. 31, 1834; d. Feb. 22, 1880. 
v. Charles E., b. Jan. 1, 1836; missing since 1880 ; m. about 

1855, Sarah Sprague, of Providence, R. I. 
vi. Hiram, b. Nov. 14, 1837 ; d. Mar. 15, 1840. 
vii. Nelson A., b. Mar. 17, 1839; d. Feb. 16, 1897, at Worces- 
ter, Mass. ; m. Susan M. Wakefield, 
viii. Francis E., b. Mar. 17, 1841; d. May 30, 1842. 
ix. Leonard Everett, b. Jan. 6, 1843 ; living 1901, at Oxford ; 
m. Oct. 4, 1863, Susan A. Moffitt, dau. of Rufus and 
Hannah Wetherell Moffitt, b. Oct. 3, 1843, at Oxford. 
He is in possession of the dinner invitation sent by Gen. 
Washington to his grandfather, Lieut. Pelatiah Everett 
(page 87). 

195 

Leonard Fessenden 6 Everett (Pelatiah, 5 Jonathan? Richard, 3 

hhn, 2 Richard 1 *), born June 1, 1809, at Westminster, Mass. ; liv- 

ag, 1901, at Worcester, Mass.; married 1st, Sept. 10, 1832, at 

hitton, Mass., Freelove Darling, daughter of Aaron and Mercy 



170 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

(Pratt) Darling, of East Greenwich, R. L, born Jan. 31, 1808, at 
Sutton; died Apr. 24, 1853, at South Sutton; married 2d, Oct. 
19, 1854, at Franklin, Mass., Mrs. Hannah Mann, of Blackstone, 
Mass., daughter of Elisha and Hannah Hopkins, born Jan. 2, 1810, 
at Sniithfield, R. I. ; died Jan. 17, 1889, at North Oxford, Mass. 

He left home in boyhood, after his father's death, and went to 
Boston, but later settled at Douglas, Mass., where he was engaged 
in carrying the products of the Douglas Axe Works to the com- 
pany's warehouse in Boston. He drove a four or six-horse team, 
and brought back a load of West India goods for the country mer- 
chants in the towns along his route. He was afterwards a coach 
driver and mail carrier between Douglas and Worcester. He later 
settled on a farm at South Sutton, where he lived nearly fifty 
years. He was a town officer at Sutton during part of that time. 

Children, born at Sutton : 

i. Mahlon, 7 b. Aug. 22, 1838; d. Sept. 1, 1863; went to Iowa 
in 1857 ; was a private in company E, 38th Iowa Vols., 
and died in the hospital at New Orleans. 

392. ii. Albert, b. Mar. 25, 1840. 

393. iii. Susan Augusta, b. Mar. 28, 1842. 

196 

Amherst 6 Everett (Abijah, 6 Jonathan? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Mar. 9, 1787, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died Nov. 30, 1866, 
at Providence, R. I. ; married Aug. 19, 1813, at Providence, 
Penelope Howland, daughter of John and Mary C. Howland, born 
Jan. 19, 1792, at Providence; died there May 5, 1869. He was 
a cotton merchant at Providence ; a councilman eight years and 
an alderman two years. 

Children : 

i. Mary Howland, 7 b. 1814; m. Aug. 18, 1842, John P. 
Knowles. 

ii. John Howland, b. 1820; d. unm. 

iii. Edward A., b. 1822 ; d. unm. 

iv. Richmond Pearl, b. Sept. 6, 1826 ; lives at Providence, 
where he is a coal dealer. He is a member of the Soci- 
ety of California Pioneers of New England, and treas- 
urer of the Rhode Island Historical Society, which posi- 
tion he has held for more than thirty-five years. 



Sixth Generation. 171 



197 

Manning 6 Everett (Timothy? Jonathan ? Richard? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Aug. 8, 1788, at Wrentbam, Mass.; died there 
Apr. 11, 1864 ; married Oct. 9, 1808, at Rehoboth, Mass., Betliiah 
French, daughter of James, Jr., and Abigail (Carpenter) French, 
born Mar. 24, 1789, at Rehoboth; died Aug. 26, 1853, at Cam- 
bridge, Mass. He was a farmer, and lived at Wrentham. 

Children, born at Wrentham : 

394. i. James Manning, 7 b. Aug. 20, 1809. 

395. ii. Preston French, b. Jan. 6, 1812. 

iii. Zebulon Ellis, b. Aug. 3, 1813; m. 1st, ; m. 2d, Sept. 

29, 1862, at Attleboro', Mass., Mrs. Anna Robinson, dau. 
of Abraham and Jerusha Vanceuran, b. at Kinderhook, 
N. Y. 

iv. Gilbert N., b. , 1816; d. Mar. 3, 1868, at Providence. 

v. Nancy French, b. Sept. 4, 1819; d. — , 1859; m. Apr. 21, 
1842, at Wrentham, Solomon Haskell Dodge, son of 
John and Mary (Potter) Dodge, b. Mar. 1, 1817, at 
Cambridge ; d. May 25, 1886. 

vi. Abigail Carpenter, b. Mar. 17, 1822; d. young. 

vii. Mary Amelia, b. Feb. 6, 1826; m. Nov. 15, 1848, at Cam- 
bridge, Elisha James, son of Elisha James, of Roxbury, 
Mass. 

198 
Nathaniel 6 Everett (Nathaniel? Israel? Richard? John? 
Richard 1 '), born Jan. 5, 1770, at Dedham, Mass. ; married Sept. 1, 
1793, Sarah Porter Kendrick, daughter of Major Kendrick, of 

Hanover, N. H., who died , 1808. He lived at Hanover. 

Children, born at Hanover: 
i. Loisa, 7 b. . 



ii. Anna, b. Apr. 8, 1795. 
396. iii. Silas Kendrick, b. Feb. 25, 1801. 



199 

John 6 Everett (Nathaniel? Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), 
born Mar. 5, 1773, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Sept. 10, 1865, at 

New London, N. H. ; married , Sabrina Allen, born , at 

Windsor, Vt. ; died Jan. 3, 1870, aged 88 years. He lived at 



172 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Lunenburg, Vt., and Haverhill, N. H., and settled at New London, 
about 1810. 
Children : 

i. David, 7 b. , 1800; d. , 1808. 

397. ii. Francis, b. , 1803. 

iii. John, b. , 1807; d. Jan. 13, 1840; m. Apr. 17, 1836, 

Mary Ann Billings; perished in the burning of the 
steamer Lexington on Long Island Sound. 

iv. Belinda, b. , 1810 ; m. Benjamin Russell. Res., Illinois. 

v. Adeline, b. Sept. 13, 1811 ; unm. 

vi. Sylvester, b. June 15, 1813; d. Jan. — , 1840, unm. 

200 

Jesse 6 Everett (Nathaniel? Israel,* Richard? John? Richard 1 *), 

baptized Feb. 16, 1777, at Dedham, Mass. ; died , at Hanover, 

N. H. ; married Dec. 17, 1799, at Hanover, Phebe Woodward. 

Children : 

i. Jesse, 7 b. ; graduated M. D., 1822, at Castleton (Vt.) 

Medical School. Res., New York City. 
ii. Gilman, b. . 

398. iii. Richard, b. Mar. 26, 1804. 
iv. Amos, b. . 

v. Lucy, b. . 

vi. Susan, b. . 

399. vii. William, b. . 

viii. Herman, b. . 

ix. Daughter, b. . 



x. Daughter, b. . 

201 

Samuel 6 Everett (Nathaniel? Israel? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 *), born ; married , Mind well Hewes, daughter of 

Nathaniel and Sarah (Freeman) Hewes, of Hanover, N. H., born 
Jan. 11, 1778, at Lyme, N. H. ; died Aug. 26, 1847. 

Children : 

400. i. Samuel Rowley, 7 b. Nov. 8, 1805. 

401. ii. Nathaniel Hewes, b. Apr. 8, 1808. 

402. iii. Moody Hewes, b. , 1812. 

iv. Silas, b. , 1817; d. Jan. 18, 1894, unm. 

v. Almira, b. ; m. William Wilson. 



Sixth Generation. 173 



202 

Ebenezer 6 Everett {Ebenezer? Israel? Richard, 5 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Feb. 23, 1777, at Watertown, Mass. ; died Sept. 29, 
1866, at Stockbridge, Vt. ; married 1st, Apr. 15, 1804, Lucy 
Kinch, of Bethel, Me., who died Mar. 5, 1834 ; married 2d, Oct. 
27, 1836, at Walpole, Mass., Elizabeth Davis, of Canton, Mass., born 
about 1790, at Roxbury, Mass.; died Dec. 25, 1857, at Sharon, 
Mass. He lived at Sedgwick, Me., until 1812, when he removed 
to Sharon, and in 1816, he removed to Stockbridge. While living 
at Sharon, he had charge of the cemetery in North Sharon. 

Children, i-iii born at Sedgwick, iv, v at Sharon, vi, vii at 
Stockbridge : 

i. Catherine, 7 b. June 15, 1805; d. , at Stockbridge; m. 

Ephraim Johnson, of Stockbridge. 

403. ii. Samuel, b. May 4, 1807. 

404. iii. David H., b. Sept. 13, 1809. 

iv. Susan, b. Nov. 18, 1813 ; d. , at Stockbridge, unm. 

v. Hannah Allen, b. Sept. 30, 1815. 

vi. Abby Smith, b. July 10, 1819; m. John Durgee, of Stock- 
bridge. 

405. vii. Benjamin H., b. June 21, 1825. 

203 

Willard 6 Everett ( William? Israel? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Aug. 27, 1785, at Dedham, Mass. : died Nov. 28, 1856, 
at Dedham; married May 11, 1815, Sarah Hill, of Canton, Mass., 
daughter of Nathaniel and Abigail Hill, born Apr. 9, 1796; died 
Dec. 7, 1883. 

Children, recorded at Dedham : 

i. Margaret B., 7 b. June 11, 181G; d. Jan. 12, 1855, at Ded- 
ham; m. Oct. 23, 1834, Augustus Cary, of Dorchester, 
Mass. 

ii. Charles Willard, b. Oct. 1, 1822; d. Feb. 10, 1841. 

406. iii. Nathaniel Hill, b. July 5, 1827. 
iv. Mary J., b. Aug. 23, 1837. 

204 
Leonard 6 Everett {William? Israel? Richard? John? Rich- 
ard 1 ), born July 20, 1787, at Dedham, Mass.; died Oct. 6, 1866, 
at Dorchester, Mass.; married Apr. 15, 1813, Nabby Hill, daugh- 



174 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

ter of Nathaniel and Abigail Hill, born May 9, 1794, at Canton, 
Mass. ; died Sept. 1, 1881, at Boston. He was a provision dealer, 
and lived at Dedham and Dorchester. His will, dated Sept. 7, 
1866, proved Dec. 22, 1866, mentions his wife Nabby Everett; 
son George Everett ; daughter Catherine E. Goss, widow, living at 
Kalamazoo, Mich. ; daughter Abby Axtell, wife of R. A. Axtell, 
living at Kalamazoo ; grandchildren, Emma Everett, William 
Everett, and Abby Everett, minors. 
Children, born at Dorchester : 

i. William, 7 b. Mar. 19, 1815; d. May 12, 1834, at Dor- 
chester. 

ii. Catherine Clark, b. Jan. 29, 1817; m. May 1, 1839, Milo 
Jasper Goss, of Vermont; lived at Kalamazoo; he died 
July 27, 1857, at San Francisco. 

407. hi. George, b. May 25, 1821. 

iv. Abigail Hill, b. May 2, 1824; m. Feb. 12, 1852, R. A. 
Axtell, of Kalamazoo. 

408. v. Leonard, b. July 18, 1827. 

205 

Nathan 6 Everett ( William? Israel ? Richard? John? Richard 1 }, 
born Sept. 14, 1793, at Dedham, Mass. ; died Jan. 29, 1849, at 
Dedham ; married May 8, 1816, Hepzibah Colburn, daughter of 
Isaac and Elizabeth Colburn, born May 28, 1797, at Dedham; 
died Dec. 10, 1893, aged 96 years. She had a twin sister, Sally, 
who died at the age of 94, and another sister who lived to be 97 
years and 6 months. Nathan Everett served in the War of 1812, 
and his widow drew a U. S. pension. They were admitted to 
the First Church of Dedham, June 23, 1822. 

Children, born at Dedham : 

409. i. Isaac Colburn, 7 b. Feb. 4, 1817. 

ii. Elizabeth Dexter, b. Nov. 10, 1818; m. Apr. 6, 1841, 

Amory Fisher. 
iii. Abby Woodward, b. July 28, 1838; d. Oct. 26, 1845. 

206 
George 6 Everett ( Aaron? Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 *), 
born Dec. 3, 1799, at Watertown, Mass.; died Mar. 26, 1876, at 
Methuen, Mass. ; married 1st, July 31, 1825, at Boston, Sarah 



Sixth Generation. 175 



Ellras, born Apr. 10, 1804 ; died May 10, 1834 ; married 2d, June 
1, 1835, at Chester, N. H., Ruth L. Underhill, born Jan. 22, 1802, 
at Chester, died Dec. 16, 1870, at Cambridgeport, Mass. He was 
a member of the N. H. House of Representatives from Chester. 
In 1862, he was resident at Chester, and later at Boston and 
Methuen, Mass. 
Children : 

i. Sarah Jane, 7 b. Dec. 21, 1825 ; d. Jan. 9, 1826. 
ii. Eliza Maria, b. Oct. 19, 1827 ; m. 1st, Feb. 10, 1848, Levi 

F. Russell ; m. 2d, Leander Stone. 
hi. Adeline Safford, b. Nov. 2, 1829; d. Oct. 17, 1866; m. 

Feb. 26, 1850, Leander Stone. 

410. iv. George Henry, b. Sept. 5, 1831. 

v. Sarah Ellms, b. May 7, 1834; d. .May 11, 1834. 

Children of second wife : 

411. vi. William Greenouo-h, b. July 10, 1837. 

412. vii. Aaron, b. Oct. 8, 1839. 

viii. Joseph, b. June 5, 1841 ; enlisted in company F, 8th N. 
H. Vols., Dec. 1861; promoted to 1st sergeant; killed 
at Port Hudson, La., May 27, 1863. 
ix. Nancy Jane, b. Apr. 29, 1843; m. June 1, 1863, Philip W. 

Harris. Res. 1893, Cambridgeport. 
x. Lucretia Underhill, b. May 22, 1845; m. Oct. 13, 1S64, 
John G. Ingalls. Res. 1893, Lawrence, M,vs. 



207 



Abner 6 Everett (Aaron, 5 Israel* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Feb. 29, 1804, at Watertown, Mass. ; died June 14, 1874, in 
California; married Jan. 11, 1838, Mary S. Maynard, of Cam- 
bridge. He lived at Brighton, Mass., and in 1862 went to Cali- 
fornia. 

Children, recorded at Brighton : 

i. Mary Louisa, 7 b. June 4, 1838. 
ii. Edward Augustus, b. July 10, 1840. 
413. iii. Alexander Hamilton, b. July 10, 1840. 

208 
Charles 6 Everett (David, 6 Israel,* Richard, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Apr. 12, 1792, at Dedham, Mass.; died June 21. is."..'), 
at Boston; married at Cambridge, Mass., Prudence Boardman 



176 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Scribner, born at Otisfield, Me. ; died Oct. 3, 1851, at Cambridge. 
He lived at Cambridge, where he and his wife were members of 
the First Baptist Church, and at Boston. He was a member of the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company from 1822 to 1825 ; 
adjutant of the first regiment, first brigade, third division, M. V. M., 
in 1823 and 1824 ; a representative in the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, 1833 ; and a member of the common council of Cam- 
bridge, 1846, 1847, 1848. 

Children, born at Cambridge : 

i. Ellen Elizabeth, 7 b. Aug. 28, 1820; m. Sept. 3, 1840, 
Henry B. Mather, of Boston. 

ii. Sarah T., b. Feb. 10, 1822 ; d. Oct. 7, 1851. 

hi. Jane Preston, b. , 1824; m. 1st, Brooks K. Mould, of 

Cleveland, Ohio; m. 2d, Mar. 10, 1868, at Boston, Wil- 
liam F. Noyes, of Chicago. Res., Buffalo, N. Y., 1892. 

iv. Charles Theodore, b. -, 1826; d. , 1827. 

414. v. Richard Boardman, b. Nov. 7, 1831. 

209 

Joel 6 Evekett (Isaac? Samuel,*- Isaac? Samuel? Richard 1 *), 
born Feb. 15, 1788, at Walpole, Mass. ; died Feb. 15, 1855, at 
Natick, Mass. ; married (int.) Nov. 30, 1811, at Dedham, Mass., 
Catherine Smith, daughter of Jacob Smith, of So. Dedham, born 
Dec. 12, 1788, at Dedham, and died Mar. 1, 1823, at West Ded- 
ham. In 1811 he subscribed 832 to the fund for maintaining 
preaching in the third parish of Dedham, and is said to have served 
in the War of 1812 ; he lived in West Dedham until 1846, when 
he moved to Natick. He lost both his feet by amputation, and 
from necessity became quite a recluse. 

Children, born at West Dedham : 

415. i. Isaac, 7 b. Nov. 27, 1812. 

416. ii. Elizabeth Tower, b. July 31, 1815. 

417. hi. William, b. Jan. 3, 1817. 

iv. Catherine Smith, b. May 14, 1818; m. Dec. 3, 1843, at 
Natick, Nathan Rice, son of Nathan and Mary (Eaton) 
Rice, b. Jan. 17, 1809, at Wayland, Mass. ; d. Aug. 5, 
1890, at Natick. 

418. v. Joel, b. Dec. 31, 1820. 

vi. Francis Howe, b. Nov. 3, 1822; d. May 19, 1823, at West 
Dedham. 



/Sixth Generation. 177 



210 

Samuel 6 Everett (Samuel, 5 Israel,* Josiah, 3 Israel, 7 Richard 1 ), 
)orn Apr. 30, 1769, at Torrington, Conn. ; died Apr. 15, 1809, at 
Granville, Ohio; married May 24, 1791, probably at Granby, 
}onn., Annis Buttles, daughter of Jonathan and Lois (Viets) 
Buttles, of North Granby, born Sept. 29, 1771, at Granby ; died 
Fan. 11, 1853, at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. 

At the opening of the nineteenth century, Mr. Everett, influ- 
snced by reports of the fertility of the Ohio lands, conceived the 
)roject of an emigration to that State. He canvassed his neigh- 
>ors, and soon a church was organized in Granville, Mass., the 
own adjoining Granby, where he lived, for the purpose of emigra- 
ion. Mr. Everett, whose name was first signed to the petition, 
vas chosen the clerk. In 1804, this church colony sold their east- 
;rn possessions and invested the proceeds in good land, located inid- 
vaj between the Muskingum and Scioto rivers, in what is now 
kicking county, Ohio. The church numbered twenty-five, and was 
)rovided with deacons as well as a clerk. They made the long 
ourney of seven hundred miles with ox teams. On Sunday, Nov. 
L7, 1805, the party reached their destination, and held public 
vorship in the open air. The same sermon which Rev. Dr. 
^ooley, the Massachusetts pastor, had delivered on their last Sun- 
lay at home, was read, and other exercises held. Soon a town 
>rganization was effected, after the New England fashion, and Mr. 
Everett was elected town clerk. In this capacity, he wrote the 
leeds, plotted the farm lots into sections and ranges, and for this 
iervice he was awarded the best town lot. 

The succeeding year Mr. Everett returned to New England and 
•emoved his family, his father and his mother. He also carried a 
imall town library, and the blade of a mill saw. He erected the 
irst frame house in the new town, on his lot, about two miles west 
)f the centre of the present town. It was made of planks set 
ipright, battened with strips over the cracks, and fastened to the 
alls by spikes, made by the blacksmith. Mrs. Everett planted 
mder the east window a rose bush which she had brought with 
ler from New England ; and in her garden she cultivated New 



178 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

England herbs and flowers. The new town, the second in the 
county, was named Granville, now an important city of middle 
Ohio. 

Children : 

419. i. Samuel Harlow, 7 b. Apr. 15, 1792. 

420. ii. Revel Gordon, b. May 23, 1794. 

iii. Flora Agnes, b. May 8, 1796; m. Samuel Jones. Res. 
Goshen, Ind. 

iv. Hilpah, b. Sept. 9, 1798; m. Ariel Humphrey. Res. 
Hartford, Ohio. 

v. Mila, b. Mar. 31, 1801 ; d. Mar. 20, 1889, at Goshen; m. 
Dec. 17, 1826, at Granville, Shubael M. Pease, b. Aug. 
16, 1791, in Maine ; d. Nov. 28, 1861, at Goshen. They 
moved from Granville to Goshen in 1830. 

vi. Julia, b. July 15, 1803 ; d. Mar. 29, 1888, at Columbus, 
Ohio ; m. Feb. 22, 1824, Johnson Thurston, of Center- 
burg, Ohio, son of Peter and Hannah (Wilson) Thurs- 
ton, b. Oct. 20, 1803, at Fletcher, Franklin county, Vt. ; 
d. Dec. 7, 1858, at Lebanon, Ills. He and his widow 
were buried at Centerburg. 

421. vii. Israel, b. Nov. 1, 1804. 

viii. Lois, b. July 22, 1807. Res. 1894, Goshen; m. May 29, 
1825, at Granville, Isham Franklin Abbott, b. Nov. 15, 
1799; d. June 27, 1859, at Goshen. 



211 

Dr. William 6 Everett {Noble, 6 Josiahf Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Oct. 18, 1787, at Wareham, Mass. ; died Mar. 25, 
1833, at Hudson, Ohio; married Aug. 25, 1817, Susan Fitch, 
daughter of Luther Fitch, born Oct. 29, 1790, at Bloomfield, 
Conn. ; died at Talmadge, Ohio. She married second, Asaph 
Whittlesey, of Talmadge, and third, Feb. 18, 1871, Capt. Amos 
Seward. He studied medicine at Brown University, Providence, 
R. I., and with Dr. Solomon Everest, his uncle by marriage, prac- 
ticed at Schodack, N. Y., and Canton and Bloomfield, until 1829, 
when he moved to Hudson, where he continued practice. 

Children : 

i. Susan Amanda, 7 b. June 7, 1818; m. May 5, 1841, Rev. 
William M. Hoyt. 
422. ii. William Fitch, b. Mar. 5, 1821. 



Sixth Generation. 17 9 



PIP 

Noble 6 Everett (Noble, 5 Josiah, 4 Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Michard 1 ), 
orn Feb. 28, 1796, at Wareham, Mass.; died Feb. 16, 1840, at 
^arehani ; married Dec. 5, 1822, at Barnstable, Mass., Mercy 
ye, daughter of Asa and Mercy Nye, born June 1, 1804, at 
arnstable ; died Oct. 27, 1890, at Wareham. He was a mariner, 
id owned house and lands at Wareham. 

Children, recorded at Wareham : 

423. i. Noble Warren, 7 b. Feb. 20, 1827. 

h. Harriet Parker, b. Apr. 24, 1836; m. June 27, 1855, at 
Wareham, Chester I. Harlow, of Middleboro', Mass., son 
of Branch and Lurana Harlow. 

213 

John Lord 6 Everett (Noble, 5 Josiah, 4 Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Riah- 
rd 1 ), born Apr. 20, 1800, at Wareham, Mass. ; died June 5, 
868, at Wareham ; married 1st, Nov. 10, 1831, Mercy J. Good- 
peed, who died Jan. 9, 1839, aged 26 years; married 2d, Aug. 
, 1844, Hannah Backus Nelson, of Middleboro', Mass., daughter 
f Samuel and Sarah (Ward) Nelson, born Dec. 5, 1808, at 
liddleboro' ; died Mar. 11, 1880, at Wareham. He resided in 
Vareham. 

Children : 

i. Abbie L., 7 b. Oct. 4, 1834; m. Nov. 26, 1857, at Wareham, 
Stephen Nichols, son of Stephen and Mary Ann Nichols. 
He was b. Mar. 5, 1837, at Woburn, Mass., and d. there 
Nov. 18, 1861. 

ii. Edward, b. Nov. 26, 1838; d. Oct. 6, 1839. 

214 
Elisha Hinman 6 Everett (Noble, 5 Josiah,* Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 
Richard 1 '), born Nov. 28, 1803, at Wareham, Mass. ; married 1st, 
)ct. 9, 1828, at New Bedford, Mass., Susan Jenny, born Aug. 16, 
810, at New Bedford; died there Jan. 12, 1847 ; married 2d, Sept. 
7, 1847, at Marlboro', Conn., Mary E. Skinner, of Marlboro' ; 
larried 3d, Mar. 2, 1864, at New Bedford, Mrs. Betsey C. Kemp- 
an, of New Bedford, daughter of Benjamin and Mercy Dillard, 



180 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

born at Plymouth, Mass. She married second, Mar. 18, 1871, at 
Boston, E. Winslow Bradford, of Plymouth. 

He was a stone-worker, and in 1828 in partnership with his 
brother John L. Everett and Asel Washburn, leased a stone 
quarry at Dartmouth, Mass., for fifteen years. After his first 
wife's death, he took his son, James H., to Marlboro', where he 
left him with a sister, and went West. He is said to have been 
in California in 1855. He afterwards returned to the East, and at 
the time of his third marriage was a marble-worker at Stonington, 
Conn. 

Children : 

i. Mary Jane, 7 b. Oct. 12, 1829; m. Nov. 18, 1849, at New 
Bedford, Charles H. Walker, of New Bedford, son of 
Nathaniel and Laura Walker, 
ii. Hinman Luther, b. Sept. 20, 1831 ; d. Sept. 25, 1832. 
iii. Susan Amanda, b. Aug. 24, 1833 ; m. July 2, 1854, Rodol- 

phus De Los Perry, 
iv. James Townsend, b. Jan. 27, 1836; d. July 28, 1837. 
v. Cornelia, b. Mar. 19, 1838 ; d. Mar. 20, 1838. 
vi. Amelia, b. Mar. 19, 1838; d. Mar. 21, 1838. 
424. vii. James Hinman, b. May 17, 1839. 
viii. William, b. Apr. 24, 1841. 
ix. Charles Hosmer, b. Nov. 7, 1844; d. Feb. 17, 1845. 

215 

Nelley Minerva 6 Everitt (Jo&iahf Josiahf Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 
Richard 1 '), born July 30, 1786, at Winchester, Conn. ; married 
Sept. 17, 1811, at Winchester, Dr. Zephaniah Swift, who died 
, at Farmington, Conn. They lived at Winchester and re- 
moved to Farmington before 1819. 

Children (Swift) : 

i. Mary Amelia, 7 b. Sept. 17, 1812; m. Nov. 6, 1845, Henry 

Augustus Swift, her cousin, 
ii. Helen Abigail, b. July 10, 1814; m. Aug. 5, 1846, Daniel 

Wheelock Willard. 
iii. Harriot Cowles, b. Mar. 17, 1817; m. Oct. 10, 1855, 

William Judah Keyser. 
iv. Solomon Everest, b. July 27, 1819; m. 1st, Mar. 31, 1845, 

Mary Underhill Parsons ; m. 2d, Aug. 18, 1858, Materna 

Lathrop. 



Sixth Generation. 181 



v. Charles John, b. Apr. 26, 1822 ; d. Mar. 13, 1825. 
vi. Louisa Minerva, b. May 31, 1824. 
vii. Catherine Wells, b. May 15, 1826; m. Aug. 26, 1847, Rev. 

George Henry Hastings. 
viii. Zephaniah, b. Feb. 3, 1828. 
ix. Charles Everitt, b. Oct. 11, 1830; d. Dec. 18, 1831. 

216 
Noble Josiah 6 Everitt (Josiah, 5 Josiah, 4 Josiah 3 Israel, 2 
ichard 1 ), born Dec. 10, 1788, at Winchester, Conn. ; married 
ec. 7, 1815, Roxalana Cook, daughter of Elisha Cook, of Torring- 
»n, Conn., who died Dec. 25, 1871, aged 80 years, at Winchester. 
e lived at Winchester and occupied his father's house. 
Child: 

i. Albert Chester, 7 b. Dec. 22, 1816; d. Oct. 17, 1829. 

217 

Elihu 6 Everitt (Andrew, 5 Josiah, 4 Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 '), 

3rn Jan. 21, 1783, at Winchester, Conn. ; died , at White- 

ater, Wis. ; married , Roxy Marshall, daughter of John 

[arshall. He lived at Winchester, in 1804, and at Vernon, N. Y., 
l 1812. 

Children : 

425. i. Philo Marshall, 7 b. Oct. 21, 1812. 

426. ii. John Cyrus, b. Aug. 14, 1814. 

iii. Abigail E., b. Apr. 7, 1816; m. James Burr. Res., Oneida, 

N.Y. 
iv. Cynthia L., b. May 31, 1818. Res., Ripon, Wis., unm. 
v. Weltha A., b. Nov. 25, 1820; m. Sidney S. Wait. Res., 

Grand Island, Neb. 
vi. Orpha Statira, b. Apr. 17, 1823; m. Abraham Crandel. 

Res., Grand Island, Neb. 
vii. Sylvia L., b. Mar. 18, 1825; m. William Sylvester. Res., 

Oregon, 
viii. Mary J., b. May 8, 1827 ; m. John R. Martin. Res., Ripon. 

218 
Wyllis 6 Avery (Edmund 5 Abner, 4 Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 '), 
orn Feb. 24, 1775, at Wallingford, Conn. ; died there in 1826 ; 
tarried Polly . He lived at Wallingford. Jan. 3, 1827, 



182 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Abigail Avery and Sherlock Avery were appointed administrators 
of the estate of Wyllis Avery, late of Wallingford ; their final 
account was rendered Mar. 24, 1830 ; mention is made of the 
widow, son Sherlock, eldest daughter Mary, second daughter Abi- 
gail, and youngest daughter Emily. 
Cluldren, born at Wallingford : 

i. Sherlock, 7 b. Oct. 30, 1800 ; d. , 1859, at Wallingford; 

m. 1st, May 21, 1826, at Wallingford, Sally Jones ; d. 
Aug. 11, 1826, aged 25 years; m. 2d, June 21, 1827, at 
Wallingford, Marilda Cook. His widow, a son, W. C. 
Avery, and a dau., Abby C. Avery, minor, above 17 
years, were named in the division of his estate. 

ii. Mary, b. . 

hi. Abigail, b. . 

iv. Emily, b. . 



126 
Additional to memoir of Son. Edward Everett : 

Soon after his return to America, in 1819, Mr. Everett was put 
in charge of the North American Review, which he continued to 
edit while professor. The increased vigor and liveliness were at 
once apparent, and the Review rose to a height of popularity and 
respect hitherto unknown to American periodicals. At that time, 
America was overrun with a succession of travellers from Europe 
— Fearon, Faux, Schmidt, Mrs. Trollope, and many others — 
whose comments on our institutions and manners, almost in- 
variably flippant and patronizing, and frequently inviting much 
harsher criticisms, were received with obvious satisfaction by the 
periodical press in Europe. Mr. Everett made it a special work 
to criticise the critics, which he did in a strain of mingled jest and 
earnest that proved thoroughly effective in bringing them to a 
more decent and serious tone. 

Mr. Everett continued to contribute frequently to the Review 
after the editorship had passed from his hands, and carried on the 
magazine himself for a short time during the absence in Europe 
of one of his successors. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



219 



Isabel 7 Everett (Eliphalet? John? Joseph? John? John? 
Richard 1 '), born July 19, 1811, at Roxbury, Mass. ; died there, 
Feb. 19, 1886; married Sept. 26, 1832, Dudley Williams, bom 

1809 ; died Mar. 6, 1888, at Roxbury ; he was educated 

n the public schools, and was apprenticed to John Doggett, a 
picture dealer in Boston, whom he succeeded in business. He 
soon, with his wife's brother, William, formed the well-known 
irm of Williams & Everett, dealers in pictures and engravings 
:or three generations. Their store became, and continued, head- 
quarters for artists and lovers of art. 

Children (Williams) : 

i. Henry Dudley, 8 b. June 26, 1833. 

ii. Mary Isabel, b. Sept. 26, 1837. 

iii. Ellen Louise, b. Aug. 5, 1842 ; d. , 1842. 

iv. Stephen Joseph, b. May — , 1844; d. , 1884. 

v. George Everett, b. June 8, 1846; d. Aug. 22, 1847. 
vi. Hetty Brown, b. Oct. 12, 1848. 

220 

William 7 Everett (Eliphalet? John? Joseph? John? John, 
Richard 1 ), born Jan. 26, 1821, at Roxbury, Mass.; died Aug. 24, 
1899 ; married June 4, 1846, Rachel Ford, daughter of Charles 
ind Lois (Pierce) Ford, born Feb. 25, 1823. He was a resident 
of Dorchester, and for many years in partnership with his brother- 
n-law in the firm of Williams & Everett. 

Children, born at Roxbury : 

i. Florence, 8 b. Nov. 30, 1849. 

ii. Infant, b. ; d. May 4, 1851. 

iii. Grace Adelaide, b. June 9, 1854; d. Aug. 26, 1861. 
427. iv. William B., b. Mar. 8, 1856. 



184 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

221 

George 7 Everett (JEliphalefi, John, 5 Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Nov. — , 1823 ; killed at Gettysburg, July 2, 
1863; married Rebecca . Res., 1902, Cambridge, Mass. 

Children, born at Roxbury : 

i. George, 8 b. Aug. 13, 1850 ; m. , 1869, Maggie A. Kyle, 

daughter of Thomas and Nancy Kyle. He was a watch- 
maker, and resided at Waltham, Mass., 1892. 
ii. Emily Isabel, b. Oct. 3, 1852 ; d. Apr. 1, 1882, at Waltham. 
428. iii. Franklin Augustus, b. Oct. 25, 1854. 

222 

Harriet A. 7 Everett (Eliphalet, 6 John, 6 Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Oct. 28, 1825, at Roxbury, Mass. ; married May 
19, 1844, William A. Barton, of Roxbury. 

Children (Barton) : 

i. Maria Augusta, 8 b. Mar. 15, 1846 ; d. Aug. 11, 1847. 

ii. William E., b. Sept. 10, 1848. 

iii. Charles Frederick, b. Apr. 12, 1850 ; d. Oct. 11, 1852. 

iv. Herbert Arthur, b. Mar. 15, 1854 ; d. July 21, 1880. 

v. Ida Louise, b. July 4, 1857. 
vi. Theodore Winthrop, b. May 7, 1862 ; d. Feb. 12, 1866. 

223 

Ellen Louise 7 Everett (Eliphalet, 6 John, 6 Joseph,* John, 5 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Dec. 7, 1828, at Roxbury, Mass. ; married 
Jan. 1, 1849, Dr. Cushing Webber, dentist, of Boston, who died 
Sept. — , 1895. 

Children (Webber) : 

i. Henry Gushing, 8 b. Oct. 16, 1849; d. Dec. 5, 1870. 

ii. Charles Franklin, b. June 12, 1852. 
iii. Gertrude Isadora, b. Apr. 1, 1856 ; d. Mar. 12, 1862. 
iv. Walter Irving, b. Aug. 5, 1863. 

224 

George Whiting 7 Everett (George,* John, 6 Joseph, 4 John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 30, 1813, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died 
Sept. 2, 1889, at Pawtucket, R. I.; married Sept. 20,1843, at 



Seventh Generation. 185 



Wrentham, Frances B. K. Austin, daughter of Charles and Mar- 
garet F. Austin, b. Aug. 28, 1817, at West Newton, Mass. ; died 
Oct. 25, 1877, at Pawtucket. He resided at Pawtucket, where he 
was a carriage-maker and blacksmith. 

Children, i born at Wrentham, ii at Pawtucket : 

429. i. George F., 8 b. May 3, 1845. 

430. ii. James Austin, b. Sept. 10, 1848. 

225 

Joseph Caswell 7 Everett (Joseph, 6 Joseph, 5 Joseph* John, 8 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Aug. 23, 1796, at Foxboro', Mass.; died 
Oct. 30, 1861, at Newton Upper Falls, Mass.; married Apr. 10, 
1825, at Dorchester, Mass., Mary Warren, daughter of Oliver and 
Mary Warren, born Sept. 22, 1798, at Royalston, Mass. ; died 
Mar. 26, 1871, at Newton Upper Falls. He was a builder, and 
resided many years at Newton, where he served as a selectman 
and on the school committee. 

Children : 

i. Mary Caswell, 8 b. Aug. 6, 1826 ; d. Dec. 11, 1886 ; m. Nov. 

24, 1852, Francis Lyman Smith, d. June 18, 1890. 
ii. Caroline Elizabeth, b. July 12, 1831; m. Sept. 24, 1854, 
Joseph Huckins Warren, d. Mar. 24, 1891. 

431. hi. Warren Pettee, b. July 14, 1833. 
iv. Lucy Annah, b. Aug. 18, 1835. 

226 

Cyrus 7 Everett (Joseph? Joseph, 5 Joseph* John? John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Nov. 25, 1800, at Foxboro,' Mass. ; died Mar. 4, 1862, 
at Newton, Mass.; married June 11, 1826, at Dedham, Mass., 
Hannah Dean, daughter of John and Milly (Ellis) Dean, born 
July 14, 1800, at Dedhani; died Dec. 7, 1850, at Newton. 

Children : 

i. Cyrus, 8 b. Apr. 18, 1827; d. Oct. 20, 1827. 
ii. Hannah, b. May 27, 1828; d. Dec. 9, 1832. 
hi. Martha M., b. May 22, 1831 ; d. Dec. 28, 1832. 
iv. Mary M., b. May 22, 1831 ; m. June 5, 1851, George E. 

Haven. Res., 1893, TTvde Park, Mass. 
v. Hannah E., b. Oct. 8, 1836. 
vi. Georgianna, b. May 27, 1839. 
vii. Harriet A., b. Dec. 11, 1843; d. May 23, 1881. 



186 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

227 

Nathaniel Wake 7 Everett {Joseph, 6 Joseph, 6 Joseph, 4 John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 *), born Nov. 18, 1810, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died 
Apr. 17, 1892, at Newton Upper Falls, Mass. ; married Jan. 25, 
1849, at Newton Upper Falls, Deborah Ann Winslow, daughter of 
Eleazer R. and Ann C. (Corbett) Winslow, born Aug. 8, 1828, at 
Newton Upper Falls. He resided at Newton Upper Falls, where 
he was a pattern-maker in the employ of the Pettee Machine Com- 
pany. He served on the board of assessors. 

Children, born at Newton Upper Falls : 

i. Harriet M., 8 b. Mar. 4, 1850 ; d. Feb. 17, 1851. 
432. ii. Otis W., b. Mar. 22, 1852. 

iii. John W., b. Apr. 12, 1854; d. Sept. 23, 1855. 

iv. Elizabeth W., b. Oct. 14, 1855; m. Aug. 27, 1888, George 

H. Hicks. 
v. Anna A., b. June 30, 1859; d. Nov. 21, 1861. 
vi. Lewis Plimpton, b. June 30, 1859; m. Aug. 4, 1896, 
Adelaide L. Sawyer. 

228 

Leonard Kimball" Everett {Leonard, 6 Edward? Joseph 4 
John, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Nov. 24, 1819, at Canton, Mass. ; 
married June 7, 1841, at Springfield, Mass., Frances Foot, of 
Springfield. They lived at Washington, Mass., and Pendleton, 
N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth Otis, 8 b. May 14, 1845. 

ii. Emma Frances, b. April 11, 1848. 
iii. William Leonard, b. Nov. 13, 1850. 
iv. Oliver James, b. June 23, 1856. 

v. Edward, b. Nov. 9, 1859. 

229 

Joseph Mason" Everett {Leonard, 6 Edward, 6 Joseph, 4 John 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Jan. 6, 1828, at Canton, Mass. ; died there 
Apr. 2, 1886 ; married 1st, Oct. 8, 1851, Maria Louise Price, of 
Hingham, Mass., who died Apr. 21, 1855, at Carrolton, La. ; 



Seventh Generation. 187 



married 2d, Apr. 30, 1857, Mrs. Esther Maria (Norris) French, 
of Melrose, Mass., born at Dorchester, Mass. 

He lived at Canton, except a few years in the South previous 
to the war. He served on the Canton School Board almost con- 
tinuously for twenty years, was a valuable member of the Unita- 
rian Society, a charter member and first master of Blue Hill Lodge 
of Masons, and for a number of years was the Boston manager of 
the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New York City. 

Children, i, ii born at Jefferson, La., iii-vii at Canton : 

i. Henry Otis, 8 b. Nov. 8, 1852; d. Dec. 25, 1852. 
433. ii. Thomas Marean, b. Oct. 10, 1853. 

Children of second wife : 

hi. Henry Mason, b. Dec. 10, I860; d. June 24, 1861. 
iv. Joseph Mason, b. Jixne 18, 1862; d. young. 
v. Edward, b. Oct. 6, 1864; m. May 10, 1886, at Canton, 

Fanny Louise Bird, daughter of George and Louise 

(Ward) Bird, of Stoughton, Mass. 
vi. Irene M., b. May 8, 1870; m. May 11, 1891, at Boston, 

Mass., Percy W. Roberts, of New' York City, 
vii. Joseph Mason, b. Apr. 21, 1877. 

230 

George Endicott 7 Everett (Leonard, 6 Edward? Joseph* 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born July 9, 1846, at Canton, Mass. ; 
married Jan. 16, 1873, at Boston, Mass., Emma D. Leatherbee, 
daughter of James W. Leatherbee, born Sept. 8, 1850, at Boston. 
He enlisted, Aug. 28, 1862, in the 44th regiment, Mass. Vols., 
and was mustered out June 18, 1863. He was a stationary 
engineer at Grand Island, Neb., where he was living in 1901. 

Children : 

i. George Mason, 8 b. May 16, 1874. 
ii. Caroline Leatherbee, b. Nov. 17, 1878; ru. Jan. 30, 1901, 

Edgar Hildebert Palmquist. 
iii. Leonard, b. Sept. 3, 1887. 

231 
Capt. Theophilus Capen 7 Everett (Oliver? Oli><<>r? Joseph? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born July 21, 1812, at Portland, Me. ; 



188 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

died Jan. 5, 1887, at Sailors' Snug Harbor, New York City ; 
married 1st, May 29, 1843, Mary Jane Farley, of Salem, Mass., 
who died Nov. 29, 1866, at Topsfield, Mass. ; married 2d, Oct. 
19, 1869, at Qnincy, Mass., Mrs. Mary A. Drummond, daughter 

of James and Ann Turner, born , 1831, at Boston, Mass. ; 

died Aug. 11, 1874, at Topsfield. 

He first went to sea in 1832, in the ship Cabot, of New York, 
on a voyage to Charleston, S. C, Havre, France, and Whampoa, 
China. In 1835, he was second mate of the ship Sarah and Caro- 
line, of Boston, bound to California, and in 1838, first mate of ship 
Asia, bound to China; Sept. 12, 1843, he left Boston as master of 
ship Vandalia, bound to California, and in 1848, sailed from New 
York as chief officer of the Panama, the first steamer of the Pacific 
Mail Steamship Company's line. He was known on the California 
coast as the cold-water captain, and he saw built the first house in 
San Francisco. He left the sea in 1851, and settled at Granby, 
Conn., as a farmer; he moved, in 1855, to Danvers, Mass., and in 
1877, to the Sailors' Snug Harbor. He received Masonic degrees, 
in 1848, in Mount Tabor Lodge, East Boston, was a charter mem- 
ber of Unity Lodge, of Danvers, and its secretary for twenty 
years. 

Children : 

i. Mary, 8 b. Aug. 7, 1848; d. Aug. 7, 1848. 
ii. Mary, b. Nov. 7, 1850, at San Francisco ; d. Nov. 10, 1850. 
434. iii. Frank, b. Mar. 7, 1852, at Granby. 

iv. Charles Henry, b. July 7, 1854, at Salem; m. Sept. 27, 
1884, at Danvers, Lucy A. Peake, b. Apr. 7, 1856. 

232 

Oliver 7 Everett ( Oliver f Oliver? Joseph,* John, 3 John, 2 Rieh- 
ard 1 ), born Sept. 21, 1815, at Portland, Me. ; died July 16, 1882, 
at Tariffville, Conn. ; m. Feb. 27, 1842, Jane Turnbull, of Tariff- 
ville, born Dec. 16, 1818, at Paisley, Scotland; died Apr. 14, 
1885, at Tariffville. He was a dry-goods merchant in New York 
City until impaired health caused him to retire, when he removed 
to Tariffville. 



Seventh Generation. 189 



Children, i and ii born at New York, iii and iv at Tariffville : 

i. Jane, 8 b. July 18, 1844; m. Feb. 13, 18G5, at Tariffville, 
George Lorimer, of Hartford, Conn. 

ii. John Oliver, b. Dec. 17, 1847 ; d. Oct. 19, 1850. 
iii. Charles Henry, b. Oct. 15, 1850; d. July 20, 1852. 
iv. George T., b/june 18, 1863; Res., 1892, Kansas City, Mo. 

233 

Julia Elizabeth 7 Everett ( Oliver? Oliver? Joseph? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born May 16, 1827 ; married May 26, 1845, Rev. 
Joseph Stockbridge, D. D., born July 14, 1811, at North Yar- 
mouth, Me. ; died Nov. 16, 1894, at Philadelphia, Pa. He was a 
graduate of Bowdoin College ; appointed chaplain in the Navy, 
1841, and became senior chaplain, with the relative rank of 
commodore. 

Children (Stockbridge) : 

i. Charles Henry Everett, 8 b. Aug. 19, 1846. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. June 27, 1850. 
iii. William, b. Sept. 7, 1853 ; d. Sept. 7, 1854. 
iv. John Oliver, b. Apr. 15, 1857; d. Apr. 15, 1857. 

234 

Otis 7 Everett ( Otis? Oliver? Joseph? John? John? Richard 1 ), 
born June 5, 1803, at Boston, Mass. ; died there July 3, 1886 ; 
married Oct. 25, 1827, Elizabeth Lowell Blake, daughter of 
Thomas and Mary (Barnard) Blake, born Nov. 21, 1803, at 
Boston; died there July 8, 1883. 

After leaving school, he entered the counting-house of T. and 
E. Motley, on India Wharf, a firm engaged in the East India 
business. After serving an apprenticeship with them, he estab- 
lished the firm of Everett and Curtis, owners of vessels engaged 
in foreign and coastwise trade, with offices on Central Wharf. 
Several years later the firm was dissolved, and Mr. Everett be- 
came connected with the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, with 
which he remained until about ten years before his death. 

Cliildren, born at Boston : 

i. Otis Blake, 8 b. Mar. 26, 1829; d. June 20, 1859, unm, 
at Calcutta, India; his body was brought home, and 
interred at Forest Hills. 



190 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

435. ii. Thomas Blake, b. Mar. 13, 1831. 

iii. Louisa, b. May 1, 1832; d. Mar. 5, 1840. 

436. iv. Percival Lowell, b. June 28, 1833. 

235 

Rebecca Lepington 7 Everett (Oft's, 6 Oliver? Joseph, 4 John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born June 13, 1807, at Boston, Mass. ; died 
there April 6, 1888 ; married Dec. 4, 1828, at Boston, Henry 
Curtis, son of Henry Bass and Elizabeth (Fisher) Curtis, born 
Aug. 24, 1803, at Boston; died there July 9, 1875. 

Children (Curtis) : 

i. Elizabeth Everett, 8 b. Oct. 3, 1829; d. Mar. 31, 1853. 
ii. Augusta Rebecca, b. Feb. 16, 1831. Res., 1902, Boston, 
iii. Cornelia W alley, b. Sept. 28, 1832; m. Nov. 4, 1851, 

George A. Fisher. 
iv. Henry, b. Aug. 13, 1834; m. Dec. 14, 1857, Lucy R. 

Osborn. 
v. Russell Hurd, b. Jan. 20, 1850; d. June 8, 1897. 

236 

Rev. Oliver Cape:n 7 Everett (Otis, G Oliver, 5 Joseph 4 John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 20, 1811, at Boston, Mass. ; died 
Apr. 23, 1875, at Cambridge, Mass. ; married May 25, 1837, at 
Boston, by Rev. John Pierpont, Betsey Williams Weld, daughter 
of Daniel and Hannah (Williams) Weld, born Nov. 14, 1812, at 
Boston; died Apr. 27, 1901, at Worcester, Mass. 

He began his education in the public schools of Boston, earning 
Franklin medals in 1824 and 1828, and a city medal in 1826; 
graduated from Harvard College, in 1832, and Cambridge Divinity 
School, in 1836. He was settled over the First Church (Unita- 
rian), at Northfield, Mass., Mar. 8, 1837 ; resigned Nov. 8, 1848, 
and closed his ministry Mar. 8, 1849. He accepted an invitation, 
Oct. 1, 1850, from the Harvard Church, at Charlestown, Mass., 
to take charge of a free ministry established by them in Harvard 
Chapel. Here he found a most congenial field of labor until he 
resigned in August, 1869. He then removed to Cambridge, where 
he resided until his death. With him, it was " more blessed to 
give than to receive." 



Seventh Generation. 191 



Children, i-iii born at Northfield, iv at Charlestown : 

i. Oliver Weld, 8 b. July 20, 1838 ; d. Sept. 19, 1841. 

437. ii. Edward Franklin, b. May 28, 1840. 

iii. Moses Williams, b. July 10, 1844; d. June 11, 1856. 

438. iv. Oliver Hurd, b. Apr. 10, 1852. 



237 

Hannah Elizabeth 7 Everett ( Otis, 6 Oliver, 5 Joseph, 4 John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Jan. 15, 1813, at Boston, Mass. ; died there 
Jan. 22, 1856 ; married there, Sept. 11, 1833, John Davis Weld, 
son of Daniel and Hannah (Williams) Weld, born Sept. 18, 1808, 
at Boston; died Dec. 18, 1873, at Cambridge, Mass. 

Children (Weld), born at Boston: 

i. Daniel, 8 b. Apr. 3, 1837; named for his paternal grand- 
father. He was educated in Boston. In May, 1858, he 
sailed for China, where he spent many years of his busi- 
ness life. He has been an extensive traveller, lies., 
1902, Boston. 

ii. Otis Everett, b. May 14, 1840; d. Mar. 17, 1897, unm. 
He was named for his maternal grandfather. He was 
educated in Boston, and entered the store of his great 
uncles John Davis Williams and Moses Williams, and in 
time became the sole surviving partner of this old firm, 
and succeeded to its business, which he continued till 
his death. He accumulated a fortune which would have 
been much larger but for his generosity and liberality. 
He gave away large sums in charity, devoted much time 
to others, and held many positions of trust. He was 
never in public life. He was highly respected and re- 
garded, lie was a member of the Masonic fraternity, 
a thirty-third degree Mason, and for a term Grand 
Master of Masons in Massachusetts. He was a member 
of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, and 
of many other organizations. He died suddenly a1 a 
hotel in Savannah, Ga., while seeking recuperation. He 
lies buried in the Weld family lot at Forest Hills, Box- 
bury, Mass. 

iii. Catherine Elizabeth, b. Apr. 5, 1845; m. Nov. 4, 1873, 
Edward Cyrenius Richardson. Children (Richardson ) : 
1. Edward Bridge? b. July 21, 1875. 2. Otis Weld, 
b. Jan. 18, 1877. 



192 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iv. John Davis, b. Jan. 15, 1850; like his brothers, he was 
educated at Boston, and did not go to college. He re- 
sided at Boston and Cambridge until 1873, when he 
went to China and entered an American house as junior 
clerk. In 1879 he returned and established himself in 
business at Savannah, Ga., representing Boston interests 
in the South. He remained there until 1896, when he 
returned North, relinquished business, and has since 
been resident at Boston or its vicinity. He has never 
been in public life. Res., 1902, Boston. 

238 

George 7 Everett (Aaron? Oliver? Joseph? John? John? Rich- 
ard 1 }, born Nov. 12, 1825 ; died Nov. 24, 1885, at Concord, Mass. ; 
married Dec. 7, 1850, at Nashville, N. H., Mary Ellen Maria Price, 
daughter of Henry Price, born Mar. 12, 1833, at Boston, Mass. ; 
died Nov. 22, 1894, at Concord. He was a partner for many years 
in the firm of Schlegell, Everett & Co., and Everett & Gleason, of 
Boston, seedsmen. 

Children, i born at Boston, ii-vi at Concord : 

i. George Aaron, 8 b. Sept. 23, 1851; m. Jan. 12, 1875, at 

Boston, Sarah Jane Monies, 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 20, 1855 ; d. Jan. 16, 1876. 
iii. Mary Louise, b. Aug. 14, 1858. 
iv. Grace Otis, b. Mar. 15, 1867 ; d. Mar. 12, 1892; m. June 

11, 1890, Charles Derby. 
v. Florence Evelyn, b. May 9, 1869; m. June 11, 1890, Capt. 

Samuel Hanscorn Tuttle. 
vi. Edward Capen, b. Apr. 10, 1872; d. Apr. 10, 1875. 

239 

Moses" Everett (Ebenezer? Ebenezer? Ebenezer? John? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Feb. 4, 1790, at Dedham, now Norwood, Mass. ; 
died there Mar. 17, 1862; married Jan. 9, 1814, Nancy Rhoades, 
daughter of Eliphalet Rhoades, born at Walpole. 

He and his wife were original members of the First Baptist 
Society of Norwood, in 1824, dismissed from the Church in Med- 
field. His will, dated July 19, 1860, and proved May 6, 1862, 
mentions grandson Frank M. Pond, son of Julius and Milly G. 



Seventh Generation. 193 



Pond, deceased : daughter Naiic}^ E. Congdon, wife of Samuel B. 
Congdon ; son Austin Everett, last heard from in New Orleans, 
La. ; son John Henry, last heard from in California ; daughter 
Charlotte Pratt, wife of Simeon Pratt, of Dedham. 
Children : 

i. Harriet, 8 b. Jan. 18, 1815; went as a teacher to Plaque- 
mine, La., where she died of yellow fever. 

ii. Charlotte, b. Jan. 10, 1817; m. Sept. 22, 1836, Simeon 

Pratt, son of William Pratt, of Dedham, b. , 1808, 

at Roxbury; d. Nov. — , 1886, at Norwood. 

hi. Charles Austin, b. Oct. 7, 1819; went to New Orleans, 
many years ago, and is supposed to have been killed 
during the Civil war. 

iv. Nancy E., b. Dec. — , 1821 ; m. Samuel B. Congdon. 

v. Milly Ann Gay, b. , 1823; m. (int.) Apr. 29, 1845, 

Julius Pond, of Pawtucket, R. T. 

vi. John Henry, b. Dec. — , 1825; went to California, 1850. 

vii. John, b. , 1828 ; d. Dec. 21, 1829. 

240 

Ebenezer 7 Everett (Ebenezer? Ebenezer, b Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 30, 1792, at Dedham, Mass. ; died 
Aug. 31, 1866, at North Providence, now Pawtucket, R. I. ; mar- 
ried (int.) June 25, 1820, Mary Snow, daughter of Timothy and 
Anna Snow, who died Jan. 10, 1863, at North Providence, aged 
75 years, 6 months. He was an expressman between Boston and 
Providence. 

Children, born at Pawtucket : 

i. Harvey Sulleno, 8 b. Jan. 5, 1821 ; d. Sept. 1, 1870. 

ii. Anson, b. Oct. 11, 1824; d. Jan. 22, 1825. 

iii. Milly Gay, b. Oct. 14, 1826; d. June 1, 1893, at Norwood, 
Mass.; m. Aug. 18, 1867, William Harlow Pond, of 
Norwood, son of Samuel and Catherine Pond. 

241 
Dea. Willard 7 Everett (Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer? Ebenezer? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born July 29, 1795, at Dedham, now 
Norwood, Mass.; died there Mar. 18,1851; married May 27. 
1821, at Dedham, Lucy Dean, daughter of Ebenezer and Lois 
Dean, born Jan. 5, 1798, at Dedham; died there June 8, 1880. 



194 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

He and his wife were admitted to full communion in the Second 
Church, Sept. 2, 1827, and he was chosen deacon, Jan. 14, 1834. 
He was a furniture manufacturer, starting in business in 1820, 
admitting his sons Willard and George, as partners, in 1850, and 
later the other brothers. The firm was dissolved in 1868. 
Children, born at Dedham : 

i. Willard, 8 b. , 1822; bapt. Sept. 2, 1827; d. Nov. 27, 

1857; m. Nov. 28, 1844, at Dedham, Sarah R. Morse, of 
Walpole, Mass. 

439. ii. George, b. Feb. 5, 1826; bapt. Sept. 2, 1827. 

440. hi. John Edward, b. ; bapt. Sept. 4, 1831. 

441. iv. Francis Ellis, b. ; bapt, Sept. 1, 1839. 

242 

Dr. Oliver" Everett (Ebenezer? Ubenezer, 5 JEbenezer, 4 John, 3 
John, 2 Richard}*), born Nov. 11, 1798, at Dedham, Mass. ; died 
Dec. 12, 1851, at Sherborn, Mass. ; married Nov. 19, 1829, at 
Sherborn, Maria Sanger, daughter of Joseph and Sally (Phipps) 
Sanger, born May 9, 1809, at Sherborn; died there July 6, 1858. 

He was graduated A. B. at Brown University 1821 ; M. D. at 
Dartmouth College 1824 ; and settled in Sherborn the following 
year by invitation of the town, where he enjoyed an extensive 
practice. He served as postmaster and school committee, and was 
surgeon in the State Militia. A scholarly man of high attain- 
ments, a student during his whole life, a tireless worker in his 
arduous profession, and an ideal example of a trusted and beloved 
physician. 

Children, born in Sherborn : 

i. Edward II. 8 b. Sept. 25, 1830; d. May 2, 1851. He was a 
pioneer to California in January, 1850. He returned 
home in February, 1851. 

442. ii. Rufus S., b. Feb. 12, 1833. 

hi. Helen Maria, b. Oct. 7, 1835; m. Mar. 12, 1850, J. Edwin 
Battell, son of Josiah and Susan Battell, of Dover, Mass., 
who died Nov. 20, 1858. 

iv. Mary Caroline, b. July 11, 1840. 

v. Abigail Sanger, b. June 9, 1845; m. Nov. 24, 1870, Louis 
A. Leland, son of Abijah and Ann Leland, of Sherborn, 
who d. May 26, 1881, at Charlestown, Mass. 



Seventh Generation. 1 95 



vi. Francis Oliver, b. Nov. 1,1847. He resided at Northamp- 
ton, Mass., where he was a merchant, and at Sherborn, 
where he was an assessor. 



243 

Charles 7 Everett (Rbejiezer? Ebenezer? Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 '), born Nov. 2, 1800, at Dedham, now Norwood, 
Mass. ; died July 4, 1878, at Walpole, Mass. ; married May 8, 
1828, at Walpole, Keziah Thompson, daughter of Elijah and 
Keziah (Tucker) Thompson, born Oct. 28, 1807, at Walpole; 
died there Nov. 10, 1889. He was a farmer and lived at Walpole. 

Children, born at Walpole : 

443. i. Charles Francis, 8 b. Feb. 13, 1829. 

444. ii. Daniel Ellis, b. Nov. 9, 1831. 

hi. Sarah Ann, b. May 11, 1834; d. June 2, 1895, at Nor- 
wood; m. Feb. 12, 1857, at Walpole, George Frank 
Force, son of George and Elizabeth Force, b. May 6, 
1833, at East Walpole; d. Jan. 23, 1887. 

445. iv. Edmund, b. Apr. 25, 1839. 

446. v. Edwin, b. Apr. 25, 1839. 

447. vi. Willard, b. Sept. 28, 1851. 

244 

John Metcalf 7 Everett (Metcalf? John? Ubenezer? Joint? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Mar. 16, 1803, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died 
Apr. 21, 1883, at Wrentham, Mass. ; married June 2, 1847, at 
Foxboro', Elisabeth Morse Barrett, daughter of Amos and Lucy 
(Wheeler) Barrett, born July 13, 1817, at Ashby, Mass. He was 
a farmer and school teacher, and resided at Foxboro", where he 
was chairman of the board of selectmen, an overseer of the poor, 
and justice of the peace in 1841 ; in October of that year he re- 
signed and went to Alabama; returned in 1843; served on the 
school committee of Foxboro' for many years ; was representative 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, 184* i. 

Children, born at Foxboro' : 

i. Melatiah, 8 b. June 20, 1848; d. Aug. 23, 1849. 

448. ii. Metcalf, b. June 20, 1848; d. Oct, 29, 1878. 



196 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



iii. John, b. May 16, 1852; he was admitted to the bar in 
1879 ; resided at Canton, Mass., where he served as 
chairman of the board of selectmen, of assessors, of 
overseers of the poor, and of water commissioners ; also, 
as town treasurer and member of the school committee. 

iv. Elisabeth, b. Jan. 29, 1859; m. Oct. 23, 1885, at Wren- 
tham, Albert W. Coleman, son of John F. and Clarissa 
M. (Daniels) Coleman, b. — , 1844, at Wrentham. 

245 

Eleanor Ware 7 Everett (Met calf, 6 John, 5 Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 '), born Mar. 26, 1805, at Foxboro', Mass.; married 
Feb. 10, 1825, at Foxboro', Rev. Willard Pierce, born Mar. — , 
1791, at Stoughton, Mass. ; died Apr. 27, 1861, at North Abing- 
ton, Mass. He was settled as a minister at Foxboro' in 1824, and 
at North Abington in 1840. 

Children (Pierce) : 

i. Eleanor, 8 b. Nov. 24, 1825 ; d. Nov. 5, 1827. 
ii. Ellen, b. Oct. 16, 1827. 
iii. Ann, b. Aug. — , 1829. 
iv. Alexander Everett, b. July 27, 1831. 
v. Harriet Ann, b. Aug;. 20, 1833. 
vi. Edward Willard, b.l)ec. 1, 1835. 
vii. Gardner Carpenter, b. Feb. 22, 1838. 
viii. John Metcalf, b. Aug. 22, 1842. 

246 

Abigail Hodges 7 Everett (Metcalf? John? Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Mar. 25, 1807, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died 
May 5, 1881, at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; married Oct. 11, 1841, at Fox- 
boro', James Gandolfo, of Mobile, Ala., born — , 1810, at Alassio, 
Italy; died Apr. 13, 1883, at Brooklyn, N. Y. She was a teacher 
at Mobile before her marriage. Mr. Gandolfo was a cotton mer- 
chant at New Orleans, La., a citizen, and a Union man. They 
resided at New Orleans, Charlestown, Mass., and New York City. 

Children (Gandolfo), born at Foxboro' : 

i. Mary Francisca, 8 b. Sept. 25, 1843. 

ii. Josephine Magdalina, b. Oct. 2, 1845; m. Oct. 15, 1874, 
Frederick M. Smith, b. — , 1815, at Bridgeport, Conn. 
Children (Smith) : 1. Ernest Everett, b. May 20, 1880. 
2. Homer Gandolfo, b. Nov. 1, 1881. 



Seventh Generation. 197 



247 

Nancy Shaw 7 Everett (3fetcalf, G John, 5 Ebenezerf John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born June 17, 1817, at Foxboro', Mass. ; died Nov. 2, 
1892, at New York City; married Jan. 13, 1841, at Wrentham, 
Mass., John Dwiglit of South Hadley, Mass., son of Dr. Elilm 
Dwight and Lydia White (daughter of William White, of Spring- 
field, Mass., a captain in the Continental army of the Revolution), 
born Aug. 1, 1819, at South Hadley. In 1846, he removed to 
New York City, and began the manufacture in this country of bi- 
carbonate of soda. He was for fifty years the head of the firm of 
John Dwight & Co., and since 1896 has been president of Church 
& Dwight Company. 

She was adopted at an early age by her uncle, Hon. Melatiah 
Everett, of Wrentham, who had no children and bequeathed her 
a part of his estate. She was a member of the first senior class of 
Mt. Holyoke Seminary, now Mt. Holyoke College. The Dwight 
Memorial Art Building, built at this college in 1901, was erected 
to her memory. 

Children (Dwight), i-ii born at South Hadley, iii-v at New York 

City: 

i. Melatiah Everett 8 b. Oct. 15, 1841, at South Hadley; m. 
June 23, 1870, at Jacksonville, 111., Helen McClure 
Kirby, b. Jan. 12, 1845, at Mendon, 111., dan. of Rev. 
William Kirby, of Illinois, and Hannah McClure Wol- 
cott, dau. of Elihu Wolcott, of South Windsor, Conn. 
He is a Congregational clergyman, living, without 
charge, at New York City. Children: 

1. Ellsworth Everett* b. Mar. 20, 1871. 

2. Richard Everett, b. June 21, 1875; m. Sept. 27, 1S99, 

Gertrude Grace, dau. of Peter Grace, of Jamestown, 
N. Y. 

3. William Kirby, b. Aug. 8, 1S79. 

4. Katharine Wolcott, b. Aug. 13, 1881. 

5. Marion Edith, b. Feb. 27, 1886. 

ii. John Elihu, b. July 28, 1844, at South Hadley; m. Mar. 2, 
1869, at Jacksonville, Emma Mabel King, b. Mar. 10, 
1845, at Jacksonville, dau. of Joseph O. King and Sarah 
L. Dwight, dau. of Daniel Dwight, of Westmoreland, 
N. II. He is vice-president of the Church & Dwiglit 
Company, and resides at New York City. Children : 

1. John Elihu* b. May 3, 1870. 

2. Mabel, b. July 18, 1874. 

3. Ruth, b. Aug. 19, 1883. 



198 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iii. Anna Frances, b. Dec. 17, 1848, at New York City; m. 
Oct. 1, 1873, at New York City, Rev. Theodore A. Leg- 
gett, b. Dec. 20, 1845, at Crawford, N. Y., son of Rev. 
John H. Leggett and Mary Noel Bleecker, dau. of Alex- 
ander Bleecker, of New York City. Pie is a Presby- 
terian clergyman, now in charge of Calvary Church, on 
Staten Island. He received in 1897 the degree of D. D. 
from New York University. Children (Leggett) : 

1. Frances Wade. 9 b. June 13, 1874; d. Mar. 21, 1897. 

2. John Dwight, b. Apr. 28, 1876. 

3. Noel Bleecker, b. Oct. 27, 1S79. 

4. Schuyler Maurice, b. Oct. 11, 1882. 

5. Theodora Augusta, b. Sept. 14, 1884; d. Mar. 10, 1897. 

6. Marion Dwight, b. Mar. 15, 1887; d. Oct. 22, 1901. 

7. Adelaide Lispenard, b. Dec. 2, 1888; d. Mar. 24, 1897. 

iv. Clara McFarland, b. Sept. 24, 1851, at New York City ; d. 
Jan. 11, 1893; m. June 10, 1873, at New York City, 
Col. Alexander Phoenix Ketchum, b. May 11, 1839, son 
of Edgar Ketchum, of New York City, and Elizabeth 
Phoenix, dau. of Rev. Alexander Phoenix, of Chicopee, 
Mass. He is a lawyer at New York City. Children 
(Ketchum) : 

1. Lilian Dwight,' 3 b. Mar. 27, 1874; m. July 22, 1901, Ran- 

dall Hoyt Stern, of New York City. 

2. Everett Phoenix, b. Dec. 3, 1876. 

3. Florence, b. Mar. 28, 1879; m. Oct. 15, 1901, William 

Rogers Westerfield, of New York City. 

4. Genevieve, b. Oct. 31, 1884. 

v. Marion Dwight, b. Feb. 22, 1856, at New York City; m. 
Mar. 15, 1883, at New York City, William Isaac Walker, 
b. July 17, 1852, son of Isaac C. Walker, of Buffalo, N. 
Y., and Harriet L. Saunders, dau. of Rev. Stephen Saun- 
ders, of Milan, Ohio. He is treasurer of the Church & 
Dwight Company, and resides at New York City. Child 
(Walker) : 

1. Miriam, 9 b. July 5, 1889. 

248 
Dr. William 7 Everett (Horace? John? Ebenezer? John? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Oct. 15, 1816, at Windsor, Vt. ; died Oct. 19, 1867, 
at Memphis, Tenn. ; married Nov. 14, 1844, at Windsor, Frances 
E. Gilkey, daughter of Walter K. Gilkey, born June 25, 1821, at 
Castleton, Vt. He was graduated M. D. at Dartmouth College, 
1845, practiced at Fayette, Mo., 1845-51, and at Liberty, Mo., 
1851-61 ; then removed to Plattsmouth, Neb. He served as sur- 
geon of the 10th regiment, Iowa Vols., 1861-63 ; impaired health 



Seventh Generation. 199 



compelled him to resign. In the spring of 1867, he located at 
Memphis, and was an active member of the Howard Association 
when the yellow fever broke out, to which he fell a victim. 
Children, born at Fayette : 

i. Charles Dwight, 8 b. Sept 7, 1845; d. Jan. 12, 1866, at 
Windsor, while fitting for college at the Kimball Union 
Academy. 
ii. Horace, b. Jan. 22, 1848; d. Feb. 19, 1850. 
Hi. Walter Gilkey, b. Jan. 17, 1851 ; d. Feb. 18, 1859. 

249 

Hon. Horace 7 Everett (Horace? John? Ebenezer? John? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Feb. 8, 1819, at Windsor, Vt., died Nov. 3, 1890, 
at Council Bluffs, Io. ; married July 14, 1851, at Fayette, Mo., 
Mary Leonard, daughter of Judge Abiel Leonard, of the Supreme 
Court of Missouri, born Feb. 4, 1833, at Fayette, and is still 
living. 

He was sent at the age of eight years to the Kimball Union 
Academy, at Meriden, N. H. ; when fourteen years old he entered 
the University of Vermont, at Burlington, and graduated there- 
from in 1837. He then spent two years in the study of law, under 
his distinguished father, and was admitted to the bar. In 1841, 
he settled in Gainesville, Ala., and practiced in that State and in 
Mississippi for fifteen years. In 1855, he settled at Council Bluffs, 
where he continued to reside until his death. In every enterprise 
relating to the welfare of the city of his adoption he was an active 
factor. He was one of the men to whose zeal the city was indebted 
for the location of the terminus of the Union Pacific railroad. He 
was the first president of the free public library of Council Bluffs, 
and continued in that position until a few months before Iris death. 
It was largely to his earnest efforts that Council Bluffs enjoys the 
distinction of being the first town in Iowa to establish a free public 
library, and voluntarily to vote a tax upon the people for its main- 
tenance. He was one of the incorporators of the public school 
library of that city. He was one of the trustees of the Fairview 
Cemetery Association, of which he was the president from the 
time of its organization, and to liim was due the selection of the 



200 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

romantic and beautiful site it now occupies. He served one term 
as a member of the City Council, but declined re-election. 

He was appointed by President Lincoln to the responsible office 
of collector of internal revenue for the First District of Iowa, 
embracing the whole of the southwestern portion of the State. He 
was twice elected by the Legislature as one of the regents of the 
State University in Iowa City, and was regarded as one of the 
most zealous and efficient members of that board. His great 
interest in everything relating to the history of the State, and 
his zeal and enthusiasm in the collection of old books and manu- 
scripts, led to his appointment as trustee of the Iowa Historical 
Society. 

Mr. Everett was a member of the Episcopal church, and of the 
vestry of St. Paul's church from the organization of the parish. 
To his long continued benefactions during the years of his resi- 
dence at Council Bluffs, that church owes much of its present 
success, and to every worthy object he was a liberal giver. While 
he was a successful and practical man of affairs, his tastes and 
pleasures were those of a scholar. A lifetime member of the whig 
and republican parties, a strong Union man, and always an advo- 
cate of the emancipation of the negro, he sacrificed large property 
interests in the South rather than remain where free speech was 
denied him. A devoted lover of nature, he was never happier 
than when rusticating on his farm near Council Bluffs, where, 
under his personal supervision, were planted one hundred acres of 
forest trees, and forty acres of apple orchards. He retained to the 
last a love for his birthplace, " delightful Windsor," as he called 
it. He was not willing that the old homestead should ever pass 
into the hands of strangers, and early in life purchased the place 
and made provision in his will for retaining the old home in the 
family. He was a man of great dignity and refinement, of unfail- 
ing courtesy, and one of the most sympathetic of men ; but of a 
retiring nature, and wholly unambitious of public life. He was in 
failing health for a year previous to his death. On the 30th of 
September, 1890, he was stricken with apoplexy and died the 3d 
of November following. 



Seventh Generation. 201 



Children, i born at Gainesville, ii-iv at Fayette, v-vii at Council 

Bluffs : 

i. Leonard, 8 b. Jane 27, 1853. 
ii. Mary, b. Dec. 9, 1855; d. Jan. 30, 1856. 
iii. Ada, b. Jan. 23, 1857; m. July 13, 1882, J. A. L. Waddell. 
iv. Horace, b. July 19, 1859; d. July 30, 1860. 
v. Kate, b. Sept. 30, 1861; d. July 17, 1862. 
vi. Torrey, b. May 3, 1867. 
vii. Edward, b. Dec. 19, 1872. 

250 

Edward 7 Everett (Horace, 6 John, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 *), born June 15, 1821, at Windsor, Vt. ; living at New 
York City, 1893 ; married Apr. 18, 1860, at Avon Springs, Living- 
ston county, N. Y., Louise B. Rochester, daughter of Henry E. 
Rochester, b. May 10, 1837, at Rochester, N. Y. He was gradu- 
ated from the University of Vermont in 1841, and was a civil 
engineer until 1878, when he became clerk to the U. S. general 
appraisers in the New York custom house, a position he held until 
1890. 

Children : 

i. Rochester, 8 b. Oct. 3, 1861; d. Nov. 12, 1865. 
ii. Edward Rochester, b. Sept. 16, 1866; m. May 7, 1889, 
Maud Melville, who died Sept. — , 1891. Child: 
Edward Melville* b. May 5, 1891; d. Sept. 13, 
1892. 
iii. Helen Louise, b. Mar. 10, 1868; m. Nov. 16, 1887, John 
Annan Neville. 



251 

George Leonard 7 Everett (Horace, 6 John, 5 Ebenezerf John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Dec. 10, 1823, at Windsor, Vt. ; died Feb. 
19, 1884, at New York City; married Sept. 15, 1864, at Council 
Bluffs, la., Juliette Porter Hoffman, daughter of John Brady and 
Ann Abigail (Sherwood) Hoffman, born Nov. 11, 1843, at Niles, 
Mich. ; died Nov. 25, 1885, at Passaic, N. J. He was fitted for 
college at the Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, N. H., 1844 : 
was graduated at the University of Vermont, 1848, and became a 



202 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

civil engineer at New York City. He resided at Windsor, Council 
Bluffs, Jersey City and Passaic, N. J., and New York City. 
Children, born at Council Bluffs : 

i. Henry Hoffman, 8 b. July 10, 1865; d. May 8, 1895. 
ii. Helen Rutherford, b. Aug. 3, 1867; m. Feb. 7, 1889, at 
Passaic, Charles A. Garretson, who died July 27, 1893. 

252 

Rev. Linus Smith 7 Eveeett (Linus, 6 Andrew f Ebenezer,* John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born May 14, 1795, at Worthington, Mass. ; died 
Oct. 30, 1870 ; married 1st, Sept. 18, 1816, at Worthington, 
Sophia Moore, daughter of William and Eunice (Bruce) Moore, 

born Feb. 20, 1797 ; died Sept. 25, 1844 ; married 2d, Hoyt, 

of Buffalo, N. Y. He was a Universalist minister, 1825-1850, and 
lived at Worthington, Auburn, N. Y., Charlestown, Mass., Balti- 
more, Md., Salem, Mass., Buffalo, and Chicago, 111., where he 
finally settled as an editor. 

Children : 

449. i. William Moore, 8 b. Aug. 31, 1817. 

ii. W. Amiada, b. May 9, 1819; m. May 9, 1839, Isaac C. 

Long. Res., 1892, Somerville, Mass. 
iii. Sarah "Sophia, b. Aug. 8, 1821; m. Sept. 14, 1846, B. 

Cheever Lewis. Res., 1892, Tallahassee, Fla. 
iv. Caroline C, b. Oct. 6, 1829; d. — , 1881; m. Aug. 11, 

1851, at Salem, Smith Lawrence, of New York. 

450. v. Sebastian L., b. Jan 6, 1836. 

253 

James Smith 7 Everett (James, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezerf Joh?i, s 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Dec. 1, 1803, at Worthington, Mass. ; 
died Feb. 8, 1889, at Princeton, 111. ; married Dec. 19, 1836, at 
Princeton, Harriet Cordelia Hyde, of Deerfield, Mass., born June 
2, 1812, at Williamsburg, Mass. ; died Dec. 28, 1895, at Prince- 
ton. He lived at Worthington, as a young man, then moved to 
Princeton, where he settled on a farm. He and his wife celebrated 
their golden wedding Dec. 19, 1886. 

Children, born at Princeton : 

i. James, 8 b. Oct. 19, 1837; d. Mar. 22, 1840. 

451. ii. Arthur, b. July 4, 1840. 



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iii. Harriet Louisa, b. May 24, 1842; d. Jan. 17, 1901. 
iv. Mary C, b. July 18, 1849. 
v. Caroline, b. July 29, 1853 ; d. May 5, 1895. 
vi. Edward, b. Feb. 14, 1855 ; d. Sept. 24, 1855. 

254 

Edwin 7 Everett (James, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer^ John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), bom May 24, 1806, at Worthington, Mass. ; died 
Mar. 25, 1886, at Williamsburg, Mass. ; married May 28, 1834, 
at Williamsburg, Mary Thayer, daughter of Hillman Thayer, born 
June 17, 1809, at Williamsburg. He was a farmer and lived in 
Peru, Cummington, and Williamsburg, Mass. ; he was several 
times chosen a selectman of Williamsburg. 

Children, born at Williamsburg : 

i. Lewis Arthur, 8 b. May 1, 1835 ; d. Dec. 30, 1849. 

452. ii. Oliver Hillman, b. Aug. 1, 1836. 

453. iii. Henry Francis, b. June 17, 1843. 

iv. Hannah E., b. , 1846 ; m. Nov. 29, 1866, at Cumming- 
ton, William H. Stevens, son of Darius and Sophronia 
Stevens, b. at Ashfield, Mass. 

255 

Julia 7 Everett (James, 6 Andrew? Ebenezer,* 1 John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born Apr. 8, 1808, at Worthington, Mass. ; died Apr. 
25, 1875, at Princeton, 111. ; married May 13, 1834, Cyrus Bryant, 
son of Dr. Peter Bryant, of Cummington, Mass., and brother of 
William Cullen Bryant. They resided at Princeton. 

Children (Bryant) : 

i. Everett, 8 b. Aug. 10, 1835. 

ii. Peter, b. June 2, 1837. Res., Kansas, 

iii. Cullen, b. June 3, 1839; educated at West Point, 

iv. Marius, b. Mar. 21, 1842. 

v. Julia, b. Feb. 3, 1845. 

vi. Charity, b. Dec. 17, 1848. 

256 
Laura 7 Everett (James, 6 Andrew 5 Ubenezer, 4 John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Apr. 4, 1810, at Worthington, Mass. ; died Sept. 
16, 1849, at Cummington, Mass. ; married Dec. 15, 1833, at Cum- 



204 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

mington, Alden Tower, son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Reed) 
Tower, born Mar. 2, 1808, at Curnmington ; died there Mar. 27, 
1880. 

Children (Tower), born at Cunnnington : 

i. Sarah Amelia, 8 b. June 15, 1835; m. Albert J. Chapman, 
ii. Eugene Alden, b. June 25, 1838 ; d. Apr. 4, 1839. 
iii. Amanda, b. Sept. 6, 1840; d. Mar. 13, 1866; m. Newell 
Matthews. 

257 

Dr. Oliver 7 Everett (James, 6 Andrew? Ebenezerf John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Sept. 12, 1811, at Worthington, Mass.; 
died May 1, 1888, at Dixon, 111.; married 1st, Aug. 2, 1838, 
Emily 7 Everett, daughter of Oliver Everett, born Apr. 25, 1818, 
at Butternuts, N. Y. ; died Nov. 12, 1842, at Dixon; married 2d, 
Feb. 5, 1846, at Dixon, Bessie Law, daughter of David Law, born 
Feb. 22, 1819, at Weehawken, N. J. ; died May 4, 1881, at Dixon. 

He was graduated M. D. at the Berkshire Medical School, then 
connected with Williams College, 1836, and settled at Dixon 
where he practiced his profession for more than fifty years. In 
1863, he was elected mayor of the city, and in 1869, was appointed 
a member of the first board of trustees of the Northern Hospital 
for the Insane, where he served four years. He was an ardent 
student of natural science, and made a fine geological collection, 
including rare fossil sponges, several species of which were first 
discovered by him. 

Children, born at Dixon : 

i. Emily Maria, 8 b. Sept. 29, 1839; d. Sept. 24, 1863, 

unm. 
ii. Rufus, b. Aug. 31, 1841 ; d. Mar. 14, 1842. 

Children of second wife : 

454. iii. Grace, b. Apr. 27, 1847. 

iv. William Law, b. July 12, 1849; d. Oct. 16, 1873; m. Mar. 
31, 1873, Annie B. Chamberlain, dau. of Dr. William 
O. Chamberlain, of Princeton, 111., M. D. Rush Medical 
College, 1871. 



Seventh Generation. 205 



v. James Marcus, b. Apr. 13, 1853; m. 1st, Jan. 15, 1879, at 
Amboy, 111., Jamesetta Jones, dau. of James A. Jones, 
b. Jan. 6, 1853, at Staten Island, N. Y.; d. Feb. 21, 
1895, at DeKalb, 111.; m. 2d, Dec. 30, 1896, at Lee 
Centre, 111., Alice Augusta Jones, dau. of William C. 
Jones, b. May 26, 1869, at Lee Centre. He was a 
graduate of the University of Michigan, 1874, and of 
Rush Medical College, 1877; surgeon of the C. & 
N. W. R. R. many years. Res., 1897, DeKalb. 



258 

John 7 Everett (James, 5 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer* John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born Nov. 25, 1816, at Worthington, Mass. ; died 
there Aug. 21, 1894 ; married May 7, 1845, at Newburgh, N. Y., 
Emily 7 Everett, daughter of Andrew and Betsey (Everett) 
Everett, was born Nov. 16, 1823, at Worthington. He resided 
on the family homestead at Cummington, Mass., until 1888, when 
he removed to Worthington. He was a farmer. 

Child: 

455. i. James Marcus, 8 b. Nov. 22, 1865. 

259 

David W. 7 Everett (Jason, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 John, 2 

Richard 1 ), born , 1819, at Chesterfield, Mass. ; died , at 

Holyoke, Mass. ; married 2d, July 27, 1858, at Northampton, 
Mass., Susan R. Elder, daughter of William Elder, of Williams- 
burg, Mass. ; she was born in Scotland. He was a painter and 
a carpenter, and lived at Williamsburg until 1858, when he moved 
to Northampton, where he was living in 1872. His widow, Susan 
R. Everett, was living, in 1895, with her son Robert, at South 
Hadley Falls, Mass. 

Children, born at Northampton : 

i. William, 8 b. Mar. 10, 1859. 

ii. Lizzie, b. Feb. 29, 1864. 
iii. Anna, b. Aug. 7, 1865. 
iv. Robert, b. Mar. 19, 1870. 

v. Frederick, b. June 11, 1872; d. Sept. 20, 1872. 



206 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

260 

Andrew J. 7 Everett (Jason? Andrew? Ebenezer? John? John? 

Richard 1 '), born , 1822, at Chesterfield, Mass. ; died there 

; married 1st, Sept. — , 1847, Tryphena Collier, daughter of 

William and Parnel (Shaw) Collier; married 2d, Apr. 21, 1850, 
at Bennington, Vt., Mrs. Mary Shumway, daughter of Ebenezer 
and Betsey Gilbert, born Feb. 14, 1822, at Cummington, Mass. ; 
died , at Chesterfield. He was a farmer. 

Children, born at Chesterfield : 

456. i. Edward, 8 b. July 3, 1849. 

Child of second wife : 

457. ii. Samuel H., b. Nov. 11, 1851. 

261 

Addison 7 Everett ( Andrew? Andrew? Ebenezer? John? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Mar. 2, 1805, at Worthington, Mass. ; married 
May 10, 1830, Martha White of South Hadley, born Oct. 23, 1807. 
He settled at Middlefield, Mass., in 1826, and lived there until 
1852, when he removed to Hinsdale, Mass. ; in 1856, he removed 
to Harper's Ferry, Va., where he was during John Brown's raid. 
He spent a year in collecting authentic details of the affair and 
pictures of the actors, with the intention of publishing a book. In 
1861, he removed to West Cummington, Mass., where he was a 
machinist. By an act of the Massachusetts legislature, Mar. 12, 
1830, his name was changed from Andrew Addison Everett to 
Addison Everett. 

Children, born at Middlefield : 

i. Lucas, 8 b. May 17, 1831. 
ii. Carlos, b. Apr. 16, 1834. 
iii. Edward, b. June 20, 1836. 
iv. Ellen, b. June 21, 1838. 
v. Mira, b. Feb. 8, 1840; d. Aug. 16, 1854. 
vi. Luna, b. May 28, 1842; d. Sept. 26, 1842. 
vii. Mary, b. June 7, 1843 ; d. July 21, 1843. 
viii. Luna, b. Feb. 21, 1846. 
ix. Milo, b. Feb. 21, 1847. 



Seventh Generation. 207 



262 

Mary Smith Clapp 7 Everett (Andrew, 6 Andrew,* Ebenezer? 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Jan. 12, 1806, at Worthington, 
Mass. ; died there July 25, 1852 ; married Jan. 6, 1825, William 
F. Leonard, son of Simeon and Espery (Collins) Leonard, born 
Feb. 18, 1801 ; died June 6, 1888, at Cummington, Mass. They 
resided at Middlefield and Worthington. 

Children (Leonard) : 

i. Charles Collins, 8 b. Aug. 16, 1826 ; m. Anna Mullooly. 

Res., LaSalle, 111. 
ii. Mary Harmony, b. Feb. 24, 1828 ; m. William Thompson. 

Res., Williamsburg, Mass. 
iii. Julia, b. Mar. 3, 1830; m. William S. Johnson. Res., 

Webster City, la. 
iv. Maria, b. Mar. 2, 1832; m. Bradford S. Mason. Res., 

Princeton, 111. 
v. William, b. May 21, 1834; m. Elva E. Cogswell. Res., 

LaSalle. 
vi. Andrew Simeon, b. July 3, 1836; m. Esther Munson. 

Res., Webster City. 
vii. Achsa, b. Oct. 6, 1838 ; m. Frances Streeter. Res., Cum- 
mington. 
viii. Henry Harrison, b. Oct. 25, 1840; m. Eunice Getchel. 

Res., Hawley, Mass. 
ix. Cynthia, b. Nov. 25, 1843; m. Oct. 6, 1867, Albert Bacon. 

Res., Williamsburg. 
x. Jane E., b. May 17, 1846; m. Peter Brown. Res., 

Pownal, Vt. 
xi. Arthur C, b. June 16, 1852; d. July 6, 1853. 

263 

Horatio 7 Everett (Andrew? Andrew? Ebenezer? John? John? 
Richard 1 '), born Aug. 31, 1809, at Worthington, Mass. ; died Sept. 

20, 1887, at Dalton, Mass. ; married 1st, , 1833, Ruth Pishon, 

of Bangor, Me. ; married 2d, , Thankful . He was a 

machinist; lived a number of years at Bangor, and from there 
removed to Hinsdale, Mass., where he was living in 1862. By 
act of Massachusetts legislature, Mar. 9, 1831, Ins name was 
changed from Horatio Laurens Everett to Horatio Everett. 

Children : 

i. Caroline, 8 b. ; d. , 1892, unm. 



208 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

ii. Horace, b. ; living, 1887, at Windsor Locks, Conn. 

iii. George, b. ; living, 1887, at Newark, N". J. 



264 

Prof. Franklin 7 Everett (Andrew, 5 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer* John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Jan. 26, 1812, at Worthington, Mass. ; 
married May 23, 1839, Thirza Cudworth, of Chesterfield, Mass. 

He was graduated from Waterville College, Waterville, Me., 
1838 ; appointed principal of Black River Academy, Ludlow, 
Vt., 1839; removed in 1841 to Canajoharie, N. Y., where he had 
charge of the academy; removed in 1844 to Cooperstown, N. Y., 
and in 1846 to Grand Rapids, Mich. In 1852, he was appointed 
city recorder of Grand Rapids. By an act of the Massachusetts 
legislature, Apr. 9, 1839, his name was changed from Phineas 
Franklin Everett to Franklin Everett. 

Children : 

458. i. Cadette, 8 b. Feb. 17, 1840. 

ii. Delle E., b. Jan. 12, 1853; d. Mar. 4, 1881. 
iii. Linden W., b. June 12, 1860; d. Mar. 10, 1861. 



265 

Betsey S. 7 Everett ( Andrew, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer,* John, 2 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Apr. 7, 1815, at Worthington, Mass. ; died May 
— , 1888 ; married Mar. — , 1836, Johnson G. Stebbins, of Elmira, 
N. Y., who died , 1875, aged 61 years. 

Children (Stebbins) : 

i. Harriett, 8 b. , 1839; m. , 1853, David Berry. 

ii. Daniel Andrew, b. , 1841 ; m. , 1862, Mary Far- 
man. 

iii. Lovina M., b. , 1843 ; m. , 1865, Charles Westlake. 

iv. Phoebe E., b. , 1845 ; m. , 1870, Abram Lessering. 

v. James Franklin, b. , 1847 ; m. , 1868, Lettie Mc- 

Rady. 

vi. John Wesley, b. , 1850 ; m. , 1878, Susan Monk. 

vii. Rosina Margaret, b. , 1853; m. , 1877, Oliver 

Jalpsy. 
viii. Cordelia V., b. , 1857. 



Seventh Generation. 209 



266 

Moses 7 Everett (Andrew, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer* John, 21 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born June 14, 1818, at Worthington, Mass. ; married 
1st, Aug. 15, 1839, Eunice Birdsall, of Newburgh, N. Y. ; married 
2d, Nov. — , 1852, Hannah Birdsall, of Newburgh. He spent some 
years as a teacher in Newburgh, and in 1854 removed to Grand 
Haven, Mich. 

Children : 

i. Amanda, 8 b. Feb. 17, 1841 ; m. , 1858, Henry Collar. 

ii. Junia, b. Sept. 7, 1844. 
iii. Harriett, b. June 16, 1848. 

Children of second wife : 

iv. Herbert, b. Mar. 5, 1855. 

v. Clifford, b. ; d. Dec. 15, 1859. 

vi. Irving, b. Sept. 20, 1860. 

267 

Lucius 7 Everett (Phinehas* Phinehas, 5 Ebenezer* John, 5 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born Apr. 16, 1804, at Stockbridge, Vt. ; died Apr. 14, 
1878, at Dover, N. H. ; married Oct. 15, 1826, at Charlestown, 
Mass., Judith Delano, daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth (White) 
Delano, born Oct. 15, 1803, at Duxbury, Mass. He was a carriage 
maker and, in partnership with John O. Janes, carried on an ex- 
tensive factory at Dover, N. H. ; after the death of Mr. Janes, he 
continued the business. 

Children : 

459. i. Charles Edward, 8 b. June 16, 1828. 

ii. Elizabeth Ann, b. May 23, 1830; d. Jan. 26, 1872; m. 
Thomas L. Smith. 

460. iii. Walter, b. Sept. 18, 1832. 

461. iv. Clarendon Adams, b. Feb. 21, 1835. 

v. Helen Frances, b. Mar. 30, 1838 ; living, 1898, in New Jer- 
sey; m. 1st, James P. Perkins; m. 2d, John T. Gay. 

vi. Lucius Theodore, b. Mar. 12, 1840; enlisted Aug. 7, 
1862, appointed corporal company K, 11th regiment, 
N. H. Vols. ; promoted to sergeant and transferred to 
company E, 7th regiment, Inv. corps, Feb. 15, 1864 ; dis- 
charged June 20, 1865. 
vii. Mary Low, b. July 20, 1845; d. May 14, 1846. 



210 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

268 

Horace 7 Everett (Phinehas? Phinehas? Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 '), born July 22, 1806, at Stockbridge, Vt. ; died 
June 28, 1852, at Charlestown, Mass. ; married Jan. 3, 1830, at 
Princeton, Mass., Julia Ann Dodd, daughter of Rufus and Mary 
(Parker) Dodd, born Nov. 22, 1806, at Westminster, Mass. ; died 
Jan. 23, 1864, at Charlestown. He was admitted to the Congre- 
gational church at Charlestown, May 13, 1827, and dismissed to 
the church at Durham, N. H., Mar. 11, 1830. He later lived at 
Great Falls, N. H., and then returned to Charlestown, where he 
engaged in the shoe business. 

Children, i-iii born at Great Falls, iv-vi at Charlestown : 

i. Mary Louisa, 8 b. Oct. 10, 1830; d. June 26, 1855, at 
Charlestown, unm. 

ii. Theodore, b. June 13, 1832; d. Mar. 4, 1840. 
462. iii. Rufus Dodd, b. May 18, 1834. 

iv. Frances Elizabeth, b. July 1, 1837; living, 1878, at New- 
ton, Mass.; m. Feb. 25, 1864, at Charlestown, Edward 
Sawyer, son of Jacob and Laura Sawyer, born at War- 
ren, N. H. 

v. Horace Stanwood, b. Aug. 4, 1840 ; M. D. Harvard, 1870. 
Res., 1902, Boston. 

vi. Julia Maria, b. Sept. 11, 1843; m. Oct. 8, 1868, E. Frank 
Clements, of Yarmouth, N. S., where they were living 
in 1878. 

269 

George 7 Everett (Ebenezer? Phinehas? Ebenezer? John? John? 
Richard 1 '), born Mar. 9, 1808, at Montville, Me. ; married Mar. 11, 
1832, Mary A. Merrill, of St. Andrews, N. B. He was a farmer 
and a shipwright, and lived at Montville, Calais and Camden, Me. 
In 1869, he was living in Boston. 

Children : 

i. Harriet Jane Watson, 8 b. July 18, 1836; d. July 25, 1854. 
ii. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 20, 1844. 

270 
Edward 7 Everett (Ebenezer? Phinehas? Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born July 11, 1828, at Montville, Me. ; married 



Seventh Generation. 211 



June 13, 1856, Helen T. Keating, of Rockland, Me. He was a 
merchant, and lived in Montville and Rockland, Me., Boston and 

Newton, Mass. 

Child: 

i. John Carlton, 8 b. Oct. 18, 1857. 

271 

Marcus 7 Everett (Marcus, 6 Aaron, 5 Ebenezer,* John, 5 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Sept. 15, 1804, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died June 
5, 1841, at Lockport, N. Y. ; married Dec. 1, 1830, at Wrentham, 
Harriet Boyd Pond, daughter of Oliver and Ann Boyd (Scott) 
Pond, born June 3, 1808, at Wrentham; died there May 4, 1880. 

Child: 

i. Anna Boyd, 8 b. Nov. 30, 1831. 

272 

Aaron Emilius 7 Everett (Marcus, 6 Aaron, 5 Ebenezer,* John, 5 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 2, 1811, at Wrentham, Mass. ; died 
Feb. 23, 1849, at Boston, Mass. ; married Apr. 17, 1839, Abigail 
Lovell Wight, daughter of Aaron W. and Abigail (Richardson) 
Wight, born June 6, 1815, at Medway, Mass. ; died Feb. 10, 1888, 
at Dedham, Mass. He lived at Boston, and after his death, his 
widow and children removed to Dedham. 

Children, born at Boston : 

463. i. Emilius Augustus, 8 b. Apr. 1, 1840. 

ii. Sarah Bond, b. July 3, 1842. Res., 1896, at Dedham. 

464. iii. Harriet Louise, b. Nov. 23, 1843. 

iv. Francis Jones, b. Nov. 23, 1843; d. June 9, 1845, at 
Boston. 

465. v. Abbie Louise Wight, b. Sept. 9, 1847. 

vi. Charles Francis, b. Nov. 4, 1848; he enlisted Jan. 25, 
1864, as a musician in company D, 57th regiment, Mass. 
Vols., and was killed in the battle of the Wilderness, 
May 6, 1864. 

273 
Edmund Tyler 7 Everett (Daniel* Aaron, 5 Ebenezerf John 5 
John 2 Richard 1 *), born May 24, 1812, at Foxboro', Mass.; died 



212 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Jan. 26, 1892, at Medfield, Mass. ; buried in Pondville cemetery, 
Wrentharn, Mass. ; married 1st, Dec. 3, 1835, at Medfield, Cath- 
erine Ellis, daughter of Jesse and Dorcas (Lovell) Ellis, born 
June 14, 1811, at Medfield; died Sept. 26, 1863, at Wrentharn; 
married 2d, Apr. 20, 1865, at Medfield, Mary Hawes Ellis, daugh- 
ter of Jesse and Elizabeth (Hawes) Ellis, born July 15, 1818, at 
Medfield ; died there Dec. 4, 1884. He was a farmer, living at 
Wrentharn and Medfield. 

Children, born at Wrentharn : 

i. Edward, 8 b. July 16, 1838. 

ii. Clara Lovell, b. June 7, 1842; m. Feb. 13, 1863, at 
Wrentharn, Capt. Hibbert B. Masters, U. S. A., son of 
Horatio N. and Mary Ann Masters, born at Kentville, 
N. S. 

iii. Alice Gray, b. Apr. 20, 1847. 

274 

Samuel Holbrook 7 Everett (Daniel, 6 Aaron, 5 Ebenezer,^ 

John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Jan. 23, 1815, at Foxboro', Mass. ; 

died June 18, 1850, at Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands ; married , 

H. Emma Goodwin. 

Child: 

i. Eleanor Green, 8 b. Oct. 5, 1846, at New York City. 

275 

Abijah Pond 7 Everett (Daniel, 6 Aaron, 5 Ebenezer,* John, 5 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 10, 1820, at Foxboro', Mass. ; married 
July 3, 1851, at Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Carmen Rodriguy 
Vida, who was born Dec. 22, 1832, at Valparaiso, Chile. He 
lived at Honolulu until the summer of 1861, when he removed to 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Children, born at Honolulu : 

i. Adda Eliza, 8 b. Oct. 5, 1852 ; d. Oct. 4, 1853. 
ii. Daniel Henrique, b. Mar. 16, 1854. 
iii. Frederic Hanks, b. Apr. 23, 1856; d. Nov. 1, 1856. 
iv. Louis Marshall, b. Dec. 20, 1858. 

v. Edward Vida, b. Dec. 20, 1860. 



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276 

Brig.-Gen. Charles 7 Everett (Charles, 6 Moses, 5 Ebenezer,*- 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Nov. 13, 1811, at Boston, Mass. ; 
died Apr. 3, 1879, at Smyrna, Del. ; married Mar. 18, 1851, 
Harriet Dundas, daughter of William H. (Assistant Postmaster- 
General, 1853-61) and Mary Dundas. She was born , 1829, 

at Alexandria, Va. 

He was for some years in business with his father in Lon- 
don, Eng. In 1839, he returned to America, and in 1841, went 
with his father's family to Quincy, 111. There he was elected 
lieutenant of the Quincy Riflemen, and served with that com- 
pany during the Mormon troubles in Hancock county, when he 
was severely wounded. At the opening of the Mexican war, he 
became sergeant-major of the 4th Illinois regiment, and later, 
adjutant. He was present at the siege of Vera Cruz, and at the 
battle of Cerro Gordo. 

At the opening of the Civil war, he raised a company in the 
District of Columbia, for defence of. the capitol. Jan. 20, 1862, 
he was made captain of the 6th battery, light artillery, Mass. 
Vols., and joined the expedition under General Butler, in the 
attack on New Orleans, his being the first battery to enter the 
city. He was transferred, Sept. 6, 1862, as lieutenant-colonel of 
the 2d regiment, La. Vols., was severely wounded at Port Hud- 
son, recovered after several months and joined General Banks 
in the Red River expedition. At the close of the war, he was 
honorably discharged and brevetted brigadier-general. 

Children, born at Washington : 



466. i. Alice Dundas, 8 b. Feb. 20, 1852. 

467. ii. Charles Dundas, b. June 17, 1856. 



277 



Major Edward 7 Everett (Charles, 6 3Ioses, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Mar. 31, 1818, at London, Eng. ; married 
Oct. 7, 1857, Mary A. Billings, daughter of John H. and Sophia 
(Fogg) Billings, born July 22, 1838, at China, Me. 



214 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

He was baptized and named by his uncle, Edward Everett, then 
visiting his father at London. He was educated in the schools of 
London, and at the age of fourteen was taken into his father's 
office. In 1834, he was placed in the store of a dry-goods im- 
porter in Boston, and in 1836 he returned to England, where he 
continued his studies. When the family returned to Boston in 
1840, he came with them and accompanied them to Quincy, 111. 
In 1"843, he joined the Quincy Riflemen, and served with the 
company during the Mormon troubles. While on duty at Nauvoo, 
war was declared against Mexico, and the Quincy Riflemen volun- 
teered as company A, 1st 111. infantry. The regiment was ordered 
to San Antonio, Texas. While on duty there as sergeant of the 
patrol, Mr. Everett was shot just above the knee. After recovery 
from this wound, he accepted the position of chief clerk in the 
quartermaster's department at San Antonio, and in 1848, went to 
Washington, where he was employed in the final settlement of the 
quartermaster's accounts. In 1850, he returned to Quincy. 

At the opening of the Civil war, Mr. Everett was appointed 
assistant quartermaster-general of Illinois, with the rank of major. 
In tliis position he served a year at Springfield. At the close of 
the war, he purchased an estate at Sing Sing, N. Y., where he 
lived until 1889. After a residence of two years at New York 
Citjr, he removed to Roxbury, Mass. 

278 

Surgeon Samuel Williams 7 Everett ( Charles? Moses? Eben- 
ezer? John? John? Riehard 1 ), born Aug. 25, 1820, at London, 
Eng. ; killed Apr. 6, 1862, at the battle of Shiloh; married June 
30, 1858, at Alexandria, Va., Mary Smith, daughter of Dr. Sidney 
W. Smith, born Feb. 26, 1833, at Washington, D. C. 

He commenced the study of medicine at Quincy, 111., in 1845, 
and in 1847, joined his brother Edward in the quartermaster's 
department at San Antonio, Texas, where he had charge of the 
medical supplies. Later he studied medicine under Valentine 
Mott, at the University of the City of New York, where he was 
graduated M. D., in 1850. He began practice at Washington, and 




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from there returned to Quincy. At the opening of the Civil war, 
he was commissioned surgeon of the 10th regiment, 111. Vols., 
and was later promoted brigade surgeon. At the battle of Shiloh, 
he was mortally wounded. General Prentiss, in his official report, 
says : " Brigade Surgeon S. W. Everett was killed early in the 
engagement, gallantly cheering the 18th Missouri regiment to the 
contest." 
Children : 

i. Henry E., 8 b. June 26, 1859. Physician, res., Philadelphia, 

Penn. 
ii. Robert Boyle, b. Nov. 11, 1860; d. young. 

279 

Rev. Charles Carroll 7 Everett (Ebenezer, 6 Moses, 5 Ebene- 
zerf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 19, 1829, at Brunswick, 
Me. ; died Oct. 16, 1900, at Cambridge, Mass. ; married Aug. 9, 
1859, at Topsham, Me., Sarah Octavia Dwinel, daughter of Luther 
and Priscilla E. (Tebbets) Dwinel, born Oct. 20, 1833, at Bangor, 
Me. ; died Feb. 16, 1895, at Cambridge. 

He was graduated at Bowdoin College in 1850, and studied 
medicine at Bowdoin Medical College and with a practicing phy- 
sician. The years 1851, '52, he spent in Europe, and was a 
student at the University of Berlin. From 1853 to '57, he was 
tutor and professor of modern languages at Bowdoin College. 
During the four years he held the office of librarian. He 
entered Harvard Divinity School, where he was graduated in 
1859, when he became pastor of the Independent Congregational 
(Unitarian) Church, at Bangor, Me. From there he was called 
to the chair of theology at Harvard University in 1869, and was 
made Dean of the Divinity Faculty in 1878. He was the author 
of a number of books, the most important of which are : " Science 
of Thought," " Fichte's Science of Knowledge," " Essays on 
Poetry, Comedy and Duty," " Ethics for Young People," " The 
Gospel of Paul." He was also a frequent contributor to various 
periodicals, and one of the editors of the New World. He was 
a member of the Massachusetts Colonial Society, the American 



216 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Oriental Society, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
He received from Harvard the degree of D.D., and from Bowdoin 
the degrees of D. D. and LL. D. 
Child, born at Bangor: 

i. Mildred, 8 b. June 30, 1860. 

280 

Alexander Hill 7 Eveeett ( Oliver? Oliver? Ebenezer? John? 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 9, 1823 ; married June 1, 1857, at 
Roxbury, Mass., Elizabeth T. Wyman, daughter of Isaac Wyman, 
born , at Roxbury. 

He was private secretary to Ins uncle, Hon. Edward Everett, 
1845-51 ; for a part of this time he studied chemistry at the 
Lawrence Scientific School, Harvard University ; 1854-70 was a 
manufacturing chemist near New York City; and subsequently 
removed to San Francisco, Cal. 

Children, born at Roxbury: 

468. i. Oliver, 8 b. Feb. 1, 1860. 

ii. Helen Gardner, b. June 10, 1863; m. Dec. 18, 1888, 
George Marshall. Res., 1897, Auburn, Cal. Child 
(Marshall) : George Everett, 9 b. Oct. 8, 1889, at San 
Jose, Cal. 

281 

Charlotte Brooks 7 Everett (Edward? Oliver? Ebenezer? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born Aug. 13, 1825, in Atkinson street, 
Boston, Mass. ; died Dec. 15, 1879, at Washington, D. C. ; married 
Aug. 20, 1850, at Cambridge, Mass., by Rev. Nathaniel Langdon 
Frothingham, D. D., Capt. Henry Augustus Wise, U. S. N., son 
of George D. and Catherine (Stansbury) Wise, of the Virginia 
Wises, born May 24, 1819, at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 
died Apr. 3, 1869, at Naples, Italy. 

Although of Southern blood on both sides, Capt. Wise resisted 
most flattering offers to join the Confederacy, and remained loyal 
to the Union throughout the Civil war. His work was in the 
ordnance bureau, of which he ultimately was chief, with the rank 
of commander, being esteemed so valuable in that post that every 



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request for sea service was refused him, whereby he lost the pro- 
motion accorded to his equals, who never ordered a gun fired 
which had not been sent them by his orders. His death resulted, 
after years of suffering, from injuries received in testing guns at 
the Washington Navy Yard. He was a man of brilliancy and 
fascination, the author of " Los Gringos," " Tales for the Marines," 
and other lively works. 

Mrs. Wise distinguished herself, in a life full of trying changes, 
by her strength of character and many social attractions. She was 
accomplished in several continental languages, which she had cul- 
tivated in long visits to Europe, speaking them with great purity 
and spirit. Her house in Washington was the seat of a hospitality 
at once most cordial and most refined. 

Children (Wise) : 

i. Charlotte Everett, 8 b. June 7, 1851, at Cambridge; m. 
Nov. 14, 1878, Archibald Hopkins, son of Mark (Pres. 
of Williams College) and Mary (Hubbell) Hopkins, 
b. Feb. 20, 1842, at Williamstown, Mass. Children 
(Hopkins) : 

1. Charlotte Wise, 9 b. Aug. 16, 1S79, at Washington. 

2. Mary, b. Nov. 18, 1880. 

3. Amos Lawrence, b. Nov. 13, 1882. 

4. Archibald, b. Mar. 20, 1S84; d. Dec. 14, 1889. 

ii. Katherine, b. Dec. 19, 1852, at Spezzia, Italy; m. Nov. 
28, 1874, Lieut-Coin. Jacob William Miller, U. S. N., 
son of Hon. J. W. Miller. Children (Miller) : 

1. Henry Wise, 9 b. Nov. 15, 1875: m. Oct. 5, 1898, Alice 

Duer. Child: Duer,™ b. Sept. 20, 1901. 

2. Dorothea, b. July 1(3, 1878. 

3. Charlotte Wise, b. Nov. 15, 1880. 

hi. Edward Everett, b. Nov. 14, 1854, at Boston; d. May 2, 
1891, at San Rafael, Cal.; m. May 27, 1880, Marion 
McAllister, of San Francisco, Cal. Child: 

1. Marion Everett, 9 b. Feb. 11, 1891, at San Rafael. 

iv. Henrietta, b. Aug. 21, 1860, at Boston ; m. 1st, Nov. 
25, 1884, William K. Nicholson; m. 2d, May — , 1897, 
Lieut. John Downes, U. S. N. Child (Nicholson) : 
1. Roger, 9 b. Apr. 19, 1S8S. 

282 
Edward Brooks 7 Everett (Edivard? Oliver, 6 Ebenezer,* 
John? John, 2 Richard 1 ^, born May 6, 1830, at Medford, Mass.. 



218 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

the home of his grandfather, Hon. Peter Chardon Brooks ; died 
Nov. 5, 1861, at Boston, Mass. ; married Oct. 24, 1855, Helen 
Cordis Adams, daughter of Benjamin Adams, of Boston. 

He went with Ins parents to Europe in 1840, and was at school 
at Paris, Florence and London, while his father resided abroad, 
from 1840 to '45. He returned home with Ins parents in 1845, 
and was for a short time at the Boston Latin School, and then at 
the private school of Daniel Greenleaf Ingraham, of Boston, by 
whom he was prepared for admission to Harvard College. After 
graduation in the class of 1850, he studied at the Tremont Medical 
School, and received the degrees of A. M. and M. D. from Harvard 
University, 1853. He gave much attention to veterinary science, 
under the impression that it should be held in much higher 
consideration than it was. His health, however, soon began to 
fail, and he never engaged in the practice of his profession. 

Children, born at Watertown, Mass : 

i. Edward, 8 b. Dec. 19, 1856. 
ii. Louisa, b. July 29, 1858. 

283 

Henry Sidney 7 Everett (Udward, 6 Oliver,^ Ebenezerf John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Dec. 31, 1834, at Charlestown, Mass. ; died 
Oct. 4, 1898, at Bournemouth, Eng. ; married June 26, 1866, 
at Boston, Mass., Katherine Pickman Fay, daughter of Hon. 
Richard Sullivan Fay (H. C. 1825) and Katherine Saunders 
(Pickman). 

He had in boyhood a variety of instructors, notably Rev. Fred- 
erick A. Eustis (H. C. 1825) and President Samuel Eliot (H. C. 
1839). He entered Harvard College in 1851, and was graduated 
A. B., 1855, A. M., 1862. Among his classmates were Hon. Robert 
Treat Paine, Gen. Francis C. Barlow, Rt. Rev. Phillips Brooks, 
Hon. Theodore Lyman, and Ch. J. James T. Mitchell. He took 
an engineering course at the Lawrence Scientific School, and was 
attached to the Brooklyn, N. Y., water works. He studied in 
Paris in 1861-63. He was for a very short time in 1864-65, on 



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the staff of Gen. Saxton, at Hilton Head, with the rank of Major. 
Never having been a man of strong health, and finding the climate 
of New England too severe for him, he passed many years in 
France and England. He was appointed in 1877, Secretary of 
Legation at Berlin, where he served nearly seven years under 
J. C. Bancroft Davis, Bayard Taylor, Andrew D. White and 
Aaron A. Sargent, acting as charge d'affaires in the intervals of 
their missions. In 1885, he was appointed by President Cleve- 
land chief of the diplomatic bureau in the Department of State, 
and was not removed by President Harrison, but resigned in 
1889, contrary to the wish of the Secretary, from a feeling that 
a misdemeanor of the subordinate officials had been too lightly 
handled. He remained for some time in Washington, greatly 
interested in the charities of the district, as he had been in 
those of Boston and London ; but after seeking health in vain 
in various parts of this country, he returned to England, and 
died in Bournemouth as above stated. 

Mr. Everett was a man of strong and attractive character, and 
great executive power. He was naturally very inventive, and had 
he continued in the active work of engineering, would unques- 
tionably have made some striking contribution to constructive 
science. But his means placed liim above the necessity of work, 
and his constitution never allowed him to accomplish all of which 
his mind was capable. Later in life Iris public services were of 
the greatest value to his country, and he was a persona grata 
at the German court. His reading was extensive, his wit lively, 
his views on public matters keen and sound, and his sense of pub- 
lic and private honor lofty and sensitive in the highest degree. 

Children : 

i. Infant, 8 b. Apr. 13, 1867; d. Apr. 13, 1867. 

ii. Sidney Brooks, b. Nov. 3, 1868, at Boston; d. Feb. 4, 
1901, at Guatemala City, C. A. He was a member of the 
common council of Boston, 1892-94; consul at Batavia, 
Java, 1897 ; secretaiy and charge of the U. S. legation 
Guatemala City, 1900. 

hi. Germaine, b. Sept. 30, 1869, at St. Germain, France; d. 
Oct. 14, 1869. 



2 20 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iv. Alexander Leo, b. July 24, 1871, at Biarritz, France; m. 
Sept. 17, 1898, at Providence, R. I., Caroline Kane 
Mills, dau. of Dr. Lawrence H. Mills (professor at Ox- 
ford University, England) ; A. B. Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, Eng., 1892; LL. B. Harvard University, 1896. 
Res., New York City. 

v. Lilian, b. June 30, 1873, at Newport, R. L; m. June 30, 
1892, at the Isle of Wight, Eng., Lieut. Charles Henry 
Fen wick, of the King's Royal Rirle Corps. 

vi. Hildegarde, b. Nov. 30, 1877, at Berlin, Germany; m. Dec. 
21, 1901, at London, Eng., Maj. Charles Cunliffe Owen, 
R. A., son of Gen. C. H. Owen, 
vii. Sybil, b. Nov. 10, 1884, at Homburg, Germany. 

284 
Hon. William 7 Everett (Edward? Oliver? Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 '), born* Oct. 10, 1839, at Watertown, Mass. He 
was educated at the Cambridge High School, where he gave the 
valedictory address in 1852, and the Boston Latin School, where 
he received a Franklin Medal in 1854. In 1855 he entered Har- 
vard College and took his A. B. in 1859, in the class with Prof. 
John C. Gray, Albert Stickney, Rev. Alexander McKenzie, Rev. 
William R. Huntington, Dr. Samuel W. Langmaid, Edward 
W. Hooper, and other well known citizens. He entered Trinity 
College, Cambridge, Eng., on his twentieth birthday, proceeding 
Bachelor of Arts (Junior Optime) in January, 1863, and being 
at the head of the second class of the Classical Tripos a month 
later. He passed two years at the Dane Law School, Harvard 
University, 1863-65, receiving the degree of LL. B., and was 
admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 1866. In 1870, he was 
appointed Latin tutor at Harvard College, and in 1873, assistant 
professor of Latin, which position he resigned at the end of 1876. 
In 1873, he was licensed to preach by the Boston Association of 
(Unitarian) Ministers. In March, 1878, on the lamented death 
of William Reynolds Dimmock, LL. D., he was selected as Master 
ad interim of Adams Academy, Quincy, Mass., and made per- 

* Mr. Everett is one of three sons born to any Governor of Massachusetts 
during his term of office ; the others are Paul Dudley, son of Governor Thomas 
Dudley, born in 1G53, and Eichard Russell, son of Governor William Eustis 
Russell, born in 1894. 



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manent head in June of the same year. This office he held for 
fifteen years, resigning it in August, 1893. 

Mr. Everett has taken a keen interest in national politics from 
his boyhood, and was in the habit, while still a schoolboy, of 
attending the debates at the State House. The war for the Union 
broke out while he was a student at Cambridge (Eng.) University, 
and being, with all American residents in England at the time, 
constantly called to account by Englishmen, in most cases very 
imperfectly informed, for all manner of transactions in the United 
States, he took frequent occasion to maintain the cause of the 
North in the debates of the " Union Society." While in the law 
school, he took an active part as a speaker in Boston and the 
neighborhood, for the Lincoln ticket, and continued to speak at 
intervals in the Republican interest for several years ; but the pro- 
ceedings of the party leaders alienated him, and on the nomination 
of Mr. Blaine in 1884, he declared hiniself a " Mugwump," being 
one of the earliest to accept that designation. He received in 
that year the Independent, and subsequently the Democratic, nom- 
ination for Congress in the second (Plymouth) district. In 1890, 
he was nominated in the sixth, and in 1892, in the seventh (Lynn) 
district against Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge, and on the latter's eleva- 
tion to the Senate was elected to the fifty-third Congress at the 
by-election of April, 1893. He served one term, as a cordial sup- 
porter of President Cleveland, but taking extreme grounds as to 
civil service reform, a cause which had enlisted his early support, 
opposing the income tax and the building of warships. Fore- 
seeing the certain election of a Republican in 1894, he refused 
to be put in nomination again. In 1896, he was a vigorous sup- 
porter of Palmer and Buckner, speaking in many large western 
and southern cities in opposition to both the regular tickets. In 
1897, he received the nomination for Governor of Massachusetts 
from the Gold Democrats. Upon the death of his life-long friend, 
in 1897, William Royall Tyler, he was recalled to the Mastership 
of Adams Academy, which he now holds. 

Mr. Everett delivered a course of lectures before the LoweU 
Institute of Boston, in 1864, on the University of Cambridge, 



222 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

subsequently published in a volume entitled " On the Cam." 
He has delivered four courses since then on The Latin Poets, 
Saints and Saintly Service, Some English Poets of Our Grand- 
fathers' Time, and John Milton. He lectures from time to time 
to general audiences, and preaches when called upon, in Unitarian, 
and occasionally in other pulpits, his religious views being of a 
very conservative kind. He has published various articles in 
magazines, also " School Sermons," and some story books for 
boys. His Phi Beta Kappa oration in 1900 was on Patriotism, 
taking emphatic anti-war ground. 

Mr. Everett is unmarried. He holds the degree of Ph. D. 
(Philology) from Harvard, of Litt. D. and LL. D. from Williams, 
and LL. D. also from Dartmouth. 

285 

Rev. Edward Everett 7 Hale (Sarah Preston 6 Everett, Oliver? 
Ebenezer? John? John? Richard 1 }, born Apr. 3, 1822, at Boston, 
Mass., in Tremont street at the house then the second from School 
street; married Oct. 13, 1852, at Hartford, Conn., Emily Bald- 
win Perkins, daughter of Hon. Thomas Clap and Mary Foote 
(Beecher) Perkins, born Nov. 23, 1829, at Hartford. Thomas 
Clap Perkins (Y. C. 1818) was son of Enoch (Y. C. 1781) and 
Anna (Pitkin) Perkins. Mary Foote Beecher was a daughter of 
Rev. Lyman (Y. C. 1797) and Roxana (Foote) Beecher. 

Mr. Hale was prepared for college at the Boston Latin School, 
1831-35 ; was graduated A. B. at Harvard College, 1839, A. M., 
1842. In October, 1842, he was licensed to preach by the Boston 
Association of Ministers. He supplied the pulpit of the Second 
Congregational (Unitarian) Church of Northampton, Mass., in the 
winter of 1843, and the pulpit of All Souls' (Unitarian) Church 
of Washington, D. C, in the winter of 1844-45. He was or- 
dained to the ministry in the Church of the Unity, at Worcester, 
Mass., April, 1846. After residing at Worcester ten years, he was 
installed, Mar. 1, 1856, Minister of the South Congregational 
(Unitarian) Church, at Boston, as successor to the Rev. Frederick 
Dan Huntington, where he still remains. 




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As a young man of twenty-two he published his earliest pam- 
phlet, and about the same time commenced contributions to the 
magazines and newspapers. The outgrowth of his capacity in this 
direction resulted in Ins becoming editor and director of several 
well-known magazines. His fertility as a writer and author has 
been remarkable and in his generation unparalleled. The number 
of Ms books and pamphlets is too many for enumeration here, 
but they have given him an enduring and deserved reputation. 
The Lend a Hand clubs, a charitable association now widely dis- 
tributed throughout America and Europe, were the outgrowth of 
Mr. Hale's suggestion and advocacy. So the project of an inter- 
national arbitration tribunal, for adjustment of disputes between 
nations, originated with Mm, and resulted in the Hague Conven- 
tion of 1899. Mr. Hale illustrates more conspicuously than any 
other American the power of the private citizen in public ser- 
vice. 

Mr. Hale received the degree of D. D. from Harvard, 1879, and 
was a member of its board of overseers, 1866-87. He is a member 
of the American PMlosopMcal Society, the American Society of 
Arts and Sciences, the Massachusetts Historical Society, and the 
New-England Historic Genealogical Society, and an honorary mem- 
ber of the GeograpMcal Society of the Republic of Mexico. 

Children (Hale) : 

i. Alexander, 8 b. Dec. 18, 1853, at Worcester; d. Dec. 18, 
1853. 

ii. Ellen Day, b. Feb. 11, 1855, at Worcester. 

iii. Arthur, b. Aug. 22, 1859, at Boston; m. July 3, 1889, 
Camilla Conner, dau. of Philip Synge Physic and Mary 
Darch (Lewis) Conner, of Rowlamlsville, Md. Child : 

1. Sybil Dyer,' 3 b. May — , 1S90, at Perm Cottage, Wynne- 
wood, Penn. 

iv. Charles Alexander, b. Mar. 1, 1861, at Boston; d. Mar. 17, 
1867. 

v. Edward Everett, b. Feb. 18, 1863, at Boston ; m. June 15, 
1893, at Waterford, Conn., Rose Postlethwaite Perkins, 
dau. of Maurice and Ann (Potts) Perkins. Children : 

1. Maurice Perkins, 9 b. Sept. 24, 1894. 

2. Nathan, b. Feb. — , 1900. 

vi. Philip Lesley, b. May 21, 1865, at Boston. 



224 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

vii. Herbert Dudley, b. July 22, 1866, at Dorchester, Mass. ; m. 
Apr. 5, 1892, at Newburyport, Mass., Margaret Curzon 
Marquand, dau. of John Phillips and Margaret Serle 
(Curzon) Marquand. Children : 

1. Herbert Dudley, 9 b. Feb. 23, 1893, at Paris, France. 

2. Russell Marquand, b. Apr. — , 1895; d. Sept. 22, 1895. 

3. Margaret Curzon, b. Aug. 7, 1898, at Concord, Mass. 

4. Robert Beverly, b. Jan. 29, 1901, at Boston. 

viii. Henry Kidder, b. June 6, 1868, at Milton, Mass.; d. May 
16, 1876. 
ix. Robert Beverley, b. Sept. 5, 1869, at Milton; d. Oct. 6, 

1895. 

286 

Dr. James Bradley 7 Everett (Abel, 6 Abel, 6 Eleazer,* John, 3 
John, 2 .Richard 1 '), born Aug. 16, 1828, at Canton, Mass. ; married 
Jan. 1, 1862, at Wilkinsonville, Mass., Caroline G. Newton, 
daughter of William and Phoebe D. Newton, born June 24, 
1830, at Providence, R. I. 

He was educated at the Bridgewater State Normal School ; 
received the degree of M. D. from Dartmouth College in 1861 ; 
and practiced his profession at Dedham and Falmouth, Mass., 
until 1871, when he removed to Everett, Mass. He served on 
the school committees of Falmouth and Everett, and as a trustee 
of the public library in the latter city. 

Children : 

469. i. Oliver Austin, 8 b. Dec. 15, 1862. 

ii. James Bradley, b. Aug. 12, 1868. Res., 1897, Lynn, Mass. 

287 

Dr. Willard Shepard 7 Everett (Abel, 6 Abel, 6 Eleazer,^ 
John 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 18, 1831, at North Andover, 
Mass. ; married 1st, Oct. 4, 1865, at Milton, Mass., Lydia A. 
Houghton, daughter of Jason W. Houghton, born July 11, 1834, 
at Milton; married 2d, Jan. 11, 1877, at Acton, Mass., Laura A. 
Dutton, daughter of Solomon L. Dutton. 

He was educated at the Bridgewater State Normal School and 
received the degree of M. D. from Harvard University in 1864. 
He lived at North Andover, Stoughton, and Canton, until 1864, 



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when he settled at Hyde Park, Mass., and began the practice of 

his profession. 

Child: 

i. Annie Houghton, 8 b. July 14, 1869; d. Oct. 30, 1869. 

288 

Charles Willard 7 Everett (Willard, 6 Eleazer? Eleazer* 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born May 10, 1823, at Francestown, N. 
H. ; married 1st, Dec. 30, 18-47, Lucina M. Eaton, of Hillsboro', 
N. H., who died May 26, 1852 ; married 2d, Mar. 16, 1853, Laura 
M. Soule, of Manchester, N. H. ; married 3d, Nov. 10, 1890, Mary 
Ellen Breed, of Weare, N. H. He lived at Hillsboro' and North 
Weare. He was a conductor on the railroad between Manchester 
and North Weare for thirty-five years. 

Children : 

470. i. Charles Henry, 8 b. June 20, 1848. 

ii. Mary Adelaide, b. June 18, 1850 ; m. Jan. 4, 1871, at Law- 
rence, Mass., Albert F. Dow, son of William M. and 
Mary J. (Montgomery) Dow, b. Feb. 3, 1844, at Wash- 
ington, N. H. Res., Fall River, Mass. 

Children of second wife : 

471. iii. Edward H., b. Nov. 23, 1854. 

472. iv. Carlton H., b. Apr. 23, 1862. 

289 

Alfred Curtis 7 Everett ( Willard, 5 Eleazer, b Eleazer* John, 2, 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 29, 1833, at Francestown, N. H. ; 
died Sept. 22, 1875, at Long Point, Livingstone county, 111. ; 
married 1st, Nov. 10, 1859, Susan J. Bowers, born Apr. 16, 1842, 
in Ohio; died Apr. 2, 1872, at Long Point; married 2d, Dec. 5, 
1872, at Metamora, 111., Louisa Blanchard. He settled in 1856, 
at Long Point, where he was a prominent and respected citizen. 

Children, born at Long Point : 

i. Alice Frances, 8 b. May 10, 1861; m. Sept. 13, 1882, at 

Streator, 111., Robert A. Chase, of Fort Morgan, Col. 
ii. Cora A., b. Mar. 20, 1863. 
iii. Lois S., b. Oct. 10, 1865; d. Oct. 15, 1875. 



226 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



iv. Elma A., b. Dec. 5, 1868; m. Feb. 3, 1893, at Oberlin, 

Ohio, Roy C. Garver. Res., Chicago, 111. 
v. Ira A., b. Mar. 30, 1872; d. June 17, 1872. 
vi. Jesse C, b. Mar. 18, 1874. 



290 

William Shedd 7 Everett ( Willard, 6 Eleazer? Ele azerf 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born May 1, 1835, at Francestown, N. H. ; 
died Feb. 8, 1890, at Topeka, Kan. ; married Nov. 1, 1864, Martha 
Skinner. In 1856, he removed from Metamora, 111., to Long Point, 
111. ; in 1860, to California; in 1864, returned to Metamora ; later 
removed to Belvue and Topeka, Kan. 

Children : 

i. Walter, 8 b. . 

ii. Stephen, b. . 

in. Palmer, b. . 



291 

Frances Louisa 7 Everett ( Willard, 6 Eleazer, 5 Eleazerf 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Feb. 9, 1837, at Francestown, N. H. ; 
married Sept. 4, 1856, at Metamora, 111., Joel Alden Ranney, son 
of Dea. Joel Ranney. He was first a teacher, and then a farmer 
at Cazenovia, 111. ; was a member of the legislature in 1876 and 
1878. 

Children (Ranney) : 

i. Frances, 8 b. Oct. 23, 1859; m. Oct. 23, 1884, Dr. Willis 
Mansfield. Res., Metamora. 

ii. Esther J., b. Oct. 22, 1863; d. June 20, 1886. 
hi. Mark J., b. Feb. 23, 1867. 
iv. Milo M., b. May 12, 1882. 

292 
George Harvey 7 Everett (Willard, 6 Eleazer, 5 Eleazer* 
John 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Dec. 22, 1838, at Francestown, N. 
H., died Dec. 15, 1885, at Sumner, Wash. ; married Sept. 19, 
1865, Elsie Spees, of Oberlin, Ohio, born Feb. 3, 1838. He re- 
sided at Auburn and Belvue, Kan., and at Sumner. In 1861, he 



Seventh Generation. 227 



enlisted in the 4th 111. cavalry and was engaged in the battles of 
Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, Shiloh and Coffeyville. 
Children, i-ii born at Auburn, iii-vii at Belvue. 

i. Ernest Treat, 8 b. Mar. 23, 1868. 

ii. Charles Henry, b. Mar. 8, 1870. 
hi. Roscoe Spees, b. Sept. 9, 1871. 
iv. RolloDodc/e, b. Sept, 9, 1871. 

v. George William, b. Aug. 12, 1874 ; d. Feb. 26, 1875. 
vi. Clifford Ranney, b. June 15, 1877. 
vii. Clayton Willard, b. June 15, 1877. 

293 

Samuel Belding 7 Everett ( Willard? Eleazer? Eleazer? 
John? John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Nov. 10, 1840, at Francestown, N. 

H. ; married 1st, , 1867, Clara Spees, born Mar. 31, 1842, at 

Oberlin, Ohio ; married 2d, Sept. 18, 1874, Sarah F. Lamson, born 
May 1, 1841, at Allentown, N. Y. In 1868, he settled at Long 
Point, 111. ; in 1869, removed to Tabor, la. ; in 1871, to Ida Grove, 
la. ; in 1872, to Osceola county, la. ; and in 1875, to Westminster, 
Cal. In 1862, he enlisted in company G, 4th 111. cavalry, and 
served to the close of the war. 

Children : 

i. Arthur W., 8 b. Sept. 21, 1868. 
ii. Clara Elsie, b. June 10, 1872; d. young, 
in. Clarence Belding, b. June 10, 1872; d. young, 
iv. William Henry, b. Apr. 7, 1876. 

v. Justin Worthing, b. Oct. 1, 1882; d. Feb. 22, 1883. 

294 

Roselle Emily 7 Everett ( Willard? Meazer? Meazer? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Sept. 1, 1850, at Metamora, 111. ; married 

Jan. 6, 1873, at Ida Grove, la., Edwin Benedict, born , 1841, 

in Morrow county, Ohio. 

Children (Benedict), born at Ida Grove : 

i. Roy A., 8 b. , 1874. 

ii. Alfred E., b. , 1876. 

in. Archie H., b. , 1878. 

iv. Sherwood E., b. , 1881. 

v. Byron I., b. , 1883. 

vi. Edgar P., b. , 1885. 



228 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

295 

Frederick Fenn 7 Everett (Willard? Eleazer? Eleazer? 
John, 3 John, 12 Richard 1 '), born Mar. 10, 1854, at Metamora, 111. ; 
married Mar. 16, 1880, at Tabor, la., Minnie Maria Fitts, daughter 
of Edward B. Fitts, born Feb. 28, 1854, at Gustavus, Ohio. 

Children : 

i. Lee A., 8 b. Mar. 17, 1881. 

ii. Alfred C, b. June 9, 1884. 

iii. Pauline F., b. Sept. 8, 1890. 

296 

George 7 Everett (George* Edward? Edward? John, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Mar. 26, 1800, at Peru, N. Y. ; died June 6, 1876, 
at Lawrence, N. Y. ; married Feb. 22, 1827, at Lawrence, Abigail 
Johnson, daughter of Samuel Johnson, born Aug. 7, 1808, at 
Keene, N. Y. ; died Feb. 18, 1878, at Lawrence. 

Children, born at Lawrence : 

473. i. Luther, 8 b. Nov. 13, 1828. 

ii. George, b. July 3, 1832 ; d. July 8, 1832. 

474. iii. George, b. Dec. 22, 1833. 

475. iv. Frederick, b. Apr. 8, 1839. 

297 

John 7 Everett (Edward? Edward? Edward? John? John? 
Richard 1 ), born , at Peru, N. Y. ; died about 1878, at Dickin- 
son, N. Y. ; married , Mary Briggs. 

Children, born at Dickinson : 

476. i. George B., 8 b. . 

ii. Charlotte, b. ; m. George Parks. Res., 1895, Dickin- 
son. 

iii. Hattie, b. . Res., 1895, Potsdam, 1ST. Y. 

iv. Frank, b. ; m. Fannie Tolman. Res., 1895, Dickin- 
son. 

298 
Dr. Augustus 7 Everett (Robert? Edward? Edward? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Oct. 2, 1811, at Plattsburg, N. Y. ; died 



Seventh Generation. 229 



Jan. 5, 1874, at Hillsdale, Mich. ; married Apr. 9, 1834, at Spen- 
cer, N. Y., Pamelia Holdnye, daughter of Elisha Holdnye, born 
June 15, 1815, at Montrose, Pa. ; died Feb. 13, 1884, at Hills- 
dale. He attended college at Geneva, N. Y., 1836-37 ; studied 
medicine and practiced his profession at Hillsdale. 
Child, born at Auburn, N. Y. : 

477. i. Robert A., 8 b. Nov. 22, 1839. 

299 

Deborah 7 Everett (David Allen, 6 Edward, 5 Edivardf John, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born July 27, 1811, at Peru, N. Y. ; married 

, Nehemiah Harkness, son of Daniel and Abigail Harkness, 

born Nov. 4, 1803, at Peru; died there Jan. 4, 1870. 

Children (Harkness) : 

i. Harriet, 8 b. May 24, 1835; d. Jan. 27, 1838. 
ii. Allen E., b. Mar. 22, 1837; d. Jan. 26, 1838. 
hi. Milton N., b. Dec. 10, 1838; d. Dec. 17, 1841. 
iv. Phebe S., b. May 1, 1841 ; m. Mar. 12, 1862, Henry J. 

Jacobs, of Willsboro', N. Y. 
v. Miranda, b. July 5, 1845; m. Sept. 7, 1871, George H. 

Bentley, of Peru, 
vi. J. Warren, b. Sept. 25, 1848; m. Aug. 28, 1878, Lillie H. 
Merrill, of Peru. 

300 

Phebe 7 Everett (David Allen, 6 Edward? Edtvard,* John, 2 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Feb. 2, 1813, at Peru, N. Y. ; married 

, M. G. Washington Stafford, son of Thomas and Lydia 

(Green) Stafford, born July 25, 1811, at Peru ; died there May 
25, 1886. 

Children (Stafford) : 

i. Orville, 8 b. ; d. young. 

ii. Betsey, b. ; m. George Riggs, of Potsdam, N. Y. 

hi. Mary Ann, b. ; d. young. 

iv. Erastus, b. ; m. Hattie Bushnell. Res., Peru. 

v. Eliza, b. ; m. Harvey J. Arnold, of Harkness, N. Y. 

vi. Hattie, b. ; m. Volney Riggs of Parishville, N. Y. 

vii. Albert, b. ; d. unm. 

viii. George, b. ; m. Priscilla Williams. Res., Fero, N. Y. 



230 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

301 

Oliver V. 7 Everett (David Allen, 6 Edward? Edward? John? 

John? Richard 1 '), born Sept. 30, 1816, at Peru, N. Y. ; died , 

1852, at Ophir, Cal. ; married Feb. 27, 1842, at Peru, Fannie B. 
Percy, daughter of Earl T. Percy, born at Chateaugay, N. Y. He 
was a farmer, and resided most of his life at Peru. 

Children, born at Peru : 

i. Ann Eliza, 8 b. . 1844; m. 1st, Thomas Taylor; m. 

2d, Marshall, of Lincoln, Neb. 

478. ii. Milton H., b. , 1847. 

479. hi. Jerome O., b. , 1849. 

iv. Kate, b. , 1851 ; m. Bowers. Res., 1895, Men- 

dota, 111. 



302 

David A. 7 Everett (David Allen? Edward? Edivard? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born June 16, 1819, at Peru, N. Y. ; married 
1st, Dec. 10, 1846, at Ausable, N. Y., Mary Ann Calkins, daugh- 
ter of Benjamin Calkins, born Feb. 21, 1827, at Ausable; died 

May 3, 1871 ; married 2d, , Julia Arnold. He lived at Peru, 

Schuyler Falls and Burke, N. Y., where he has been a farmer and 
a marble worker. He was for six years an assessor at Schuyler 
Falls. 

Children : 

480. i. Orville M., 8 b. Jan. 29, 1848. 

ii. Nettie C, b. Aug. 14, 1850; m. Jan. 3, 1875, Josiah R. 
Lobdell. Res., 1895, Schuyler Falls. 

481. hi. Oliver C, b. Nov. 28, 1852. 

iv. Carrie M., b. Dec. 1, 1855; m. Nov. 28, 1877, Jacob M. 

Lobdell. Res., 1895, Schuyler Falls. 
v. Charles H., b. July 3, 1857; m. Sept. 17, 1884, at Burke, 
Lillian R. Carpenter, dau. of Hiram Carpenter, b. Dec. 
24, 1858, at Bangor, N. Y. Res., Burke. 

482. vi. Walter T., b. Sept. 14, 1859. 

vii. Jennie, b. Sept. 25, 1862; m. Aug. 22, 1888, Victor M. 

Weaver. Res., 1895, Schuyler Falls. 
viii. Edward D., b. Jan. 7, 1865; d. Aug. 7, 1865. 

ix. Fred D., b. Sept. 25, 1866. Res., 1895, Salida, Col. 

x. Eliza, b. June 13, 1868. Res., Burke. 



Seventh Generation. 231 



303 

George E. 7 Everett (David Allen, 6 Edward? Edivard? John? 
John? Richard 1 }, born June 21,1828, at Peru, N. Y. ; married 1st, 
May 1, 1856, at Peru, Jane M. Everest, daughter of James Ever- 
est, born Jan. 29, 1834, at Peru ; married 2d, , Delia Soper. 

He resides at Peru. 

Children, born at Peru : 

i. Elma A., 8 b. Feb. 10, 1857 ; d. Feb. 20, 1801. 

483. ii. Allen James, b. Jan. 14, 1800. 

Children of second wife : 

484. hi. Arthur S., b. Mar. 22, 1804. 

iv. Lydia B., b. June 28, 1800. Res., 1895, Peru. 

v. Phebe D., b. Dec. 3, 1808 ; d. Dec. 20, 1890. 

vi. Jennie M., b. Aug. 13, 1871. Res., 1895, Peru, 

vii. Kate, b. Aug. 19, 1875. Res., 1895, Peru. 

304 

Harvey G. 7 Everett (David Allen? Edward? Edward? John? 
John? Richard 1 }, born Aug. 5, 1832, at Peru, N. Y. ; married Oct. 
8, 1863, at Peru, Margaret Greene, daughter of John Greene, born 
Feb. 22, 1834, at Peru ; died there Feb. 28, 1892. He is a far- 
mer, living, 1894, at Peru. 

Children, born at Peru : 

i. Henry G., 8 b. Aug. 21, 1804. Res., 1894, Lebanon, Or. 

ii. William E., b. Feb. 19, 1800. Res., 1894, Peru, 

hi. Warren H., b. Mar. 21, 1808. Res., 1894, Peru, 
iv. Sarah Ann, b. July 7, 1872. 

305 
Stephen 7 Everett (Stephen? David? Edward? John? John? 
Richard 1 }, born May 23, 1804, at Barre, Vt. ; died Aug. 29* 1840,- 
at Plainfield, Vt. ; married May 15, 1836, Julia Ann Shattuck, 
daughter of Abiel and Phebe Shattuck, born Feb. 12, 1806, at 
Hillsboro', N. H. ; died Oct. 6, 1889. He was a portrait painter, 
and resided at Plainfield, excepting for a year in 1836-37, when 
he resided at Boston, Mass. 



232 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Child, born at Boston : 

i. Julia Ann Ophelia, 8 b. Mar. 1, 1837; m. Sept. 1, 1859, Er- 
vin Nye, son of Vinal and Betsey (Croxford) Nye, born 
June 15, 1829, at Plainfield. Res., 1894, Plainfield. 

306 

John 7 Everett (John, 6 David, 5 Edward* John 8 John, 2 Richard 1 '), 
born Dec. 23, 1802, at New Ipswich, N. H. ; died Nov. 15, 1857, 
at Marshall, Mich. ; married Oct. 2, 1828, Ann C. Adams. 

Children : 

i. Mary Ann Jones, 8 b. Oct. 18, 1829, at Templeton, Mass. 
ii. Frances Josephine, b. Mar. 18, 1845, at Marshall. 

307 

Stephen 7 Everett (John, 6 David, 5 Edward, 4 John* John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Jan. 25, 1809, at New Ipswich, N. H. ; died May 27, 
1867, at Biddeford, Me. ; married Sept. 16, 1832, at Dracut, Mass., 
Alma Richardson, daughter of Thaddeus and Mary (Currier) 
Richardson, born Mar. 6, 1809, at Dracut; died June 22, 1881, at 
Lawrence, Mass. He was a manufacturer, connected with the Mid- 
dlesex Mills, at Lowell, Mass. ; the Bay State, at Lawrence, and 
the Pepperell, at Biddeford. 

Children : 

i. Alma Adaline, 8 b. Sept. 23, 1833; d. , 1856. 

ii. George Moody Thompson, b. Nov. 18, 1837, at Dracut, 
Mass.; m. Sept. 30, 1891, at Boxford, Mass., M. Augusta 
Adams, dau. of Daniel and Lucy Adams. Res., 1897, 
Lawrence. 

iii. Hannah B., b. May 20, 1843 ; d. , 1846. 

iv. Charles William, b. , 1846; d. , 1850. 

308 
Charles 7 Everett (John, 6 David, 5 Edward, 4 John, 8 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Dec. 1, 1818, at New Ipswich, N. H. ; died Nov. 1, 
1896, at Templeton, Mass. ; married June 26, 1844, at Royalston, 
Mass., Maria P. Wheeler, daughter of Josiah Wheeler, born Sept. 
10, 1821, at Royalston. He resided at Otter River Village, Tem- 
pleton, where he was a woolen manufacturer and a merchant. 



Seventh Generation. 233 



Children, born at Templeton : 

i. Sarah Sophia, 8 b. , 1844; d. Mar. 7, 1892; m. 1st, at 

Templeton, Porter B. Webber; ra. 2d, Oct. 16, 1877, at 
Orange, Mass., Austin L. Bond, of Greenfield, Mass., 
son of George W. and Mary Bond, b. about 1844, at 
Wardsboro', Vt. 

ii. John Wheeler, b. , 1846; d. Sept. 23, 1847. 

hi. Mary Turner, b. , 1850; d. Oct. 24, 1851. 

309 

Edward 7 Everett {John, 6 David, 5 Edward,* John, 5 John, 2 Rich- 
ard 1 ), born July 29, 1820, at New Ipswich, N. H. ; died Oct. 24, 
1853, at Lowell, Mass. ; married June 2, 1848, at Townsend, 
Mass., Eliza Ann Sylvester, daughter of Quincy and Sally Sylves- 
ter, born Nov. 18, 1827, at Townsend ; she married second, Nov. 
21, 1860, Alfred M. Adams, and was living, 1894, at Townsend. 
Mr. Everett was a designer in the print mills of Lowell and Law- 
rence. 

Children : 

i. Innis F., 8 b. Apr. 8, 1849; d. Apr. 4, 1872. 

485. ii. Edward, b. Oct. 4, 1850. 

310 

Ira 7 Everett ( William, 6 William, 5 William* William, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Feb. 6, 1789, at South Dedham, Mass. ; died Mar. 

28, 1875, at Providence, R. I. ; married , Betsey , who 

died Mar. 20, 1851, at Providence, aged 63 years. 

Child : 

486. i. William Blackman, 8 b. about 1817. 

311 
William 7 Everett ( William, 6 William, 5 William,* William 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 10, 1795, at South Dedham, Mass. : 
died July 4, 1868, at Bedford, Mass.; married 1st, July 31, 
1823, Anne C. Dickson, daughter of Isaiah and Sarah (Cooper) 
Dickson, of Cambridge, Mass., who died Feb. 26, 1830 ; married 
2d, , Eliza A. Lane, daughter of Eliab and Anne (Welling- 
ton) Lane, of Bedford, bom May 17, 1804, at Bedford; died 



234 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

there Jan. 28, 1873. He was living in 1817, at Boston, in 
1822, at Cambridge, and in 1825, moved to Bedford. He was a 
chaise and harness maker. 
Child, born at Bedford : 

437. i. William Dickson, 8 b. Apr. 15, 1832. 

312 

Jabez 7 Everett ( William? William? William? William? John? 
Richard 1 '), born Mar. 27, 1799, at South Dedham, Mass. ; died 
Jan. 28, 1831, at Dover, Mass.; married Feb. 3, 1828, Eliza 
Draper, daughter of Michael and Hannah (Baker) Draper, born 
Feb. 1, 1806, at Dover; died there Mar. 6, 1831. 

Child, born at Dover : 

488. i. George Draper, 8 b. June 24, 1829. 

313 

Josiah 7 Everett (Josiah? Josiah? William? William? John? 

Richard 1 ), born , 1797, at New Portland, Me. ; died , 

in Iowa ; married , at New Portland, Lucy Churchill, daugh- 
ter of William Churchill. He was a farmer, living at New Port- 
land, until 1855, when he went West with his family. He served 
in the Maine legislature one or more terms. 

Children : 

i. Josiah, 8 b. ; d. young. 

ii. Josiah, b. . 

iii. Ora, b. . 



iv. Frank, b. ; reported as living at Lyons, Neb., 1894. 

v. Andrew, b. . 

vi. Beniah, b. ; reported as living at Lyons, 1894. 

314 
William A. 7 Everett (Josiah? Josiah? William? William? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Apr. 7, 1799, at New Portland, Me. ; died 

, in Iowa ; married 1st, about 1820, at New Portland, Sarah 

Hutchins ; married 2d, , Mary Twitchell. He was a farmer 

a nd a shoemaker, and lived at New Portland and New Vineyard, 
Me., until 1836, when he went to Iowa. 



Seventh Generation. -•:•• 



Children: 

i. Mary, 8 b. about 1822. 

ii. Disna, b. about 1824. 

iii. William S., b. about 1826; d. young 

iv. Francis, b. about 1828. 

v. Charlotte, b. about 1831. 

Child of second wife : 

vi. William, b. . 



315 

Samuel F. 7 Everett (Josidh? Josiah, 5 William* William, 3 
John, 2 Bichard 1 ), born Jan. 19, 1805, at New Portland, Me., died 
Jan. 25, 1874, at Tama City, la. ; married Nov. 25, 1827, Calista 
Turner, daughter of Reuben and Lucy (Everett) Turner, born 

Nov. 20, 1807, at Farmington, Me. ; died , at Tama City. He 

was a farmer, living in New Portland until 1851, when he moved 
to Hustisford, Dodge county, Wis., and later to Tama City. 

Children : 

i. Samuel, 8 b. ; d. young. 

ii. Samuel, b. - — . 
iii. Lucy, b. 



iv. Esther, b. . 

4*9. v. John T., b. June 11, 1843. 

316 

Francis 7 Everett (Josiah, 6 Josiah, 5 William,* William, 3 John 2 

Bichard 1 ), born , 1807, at New Portland, Me. ; died May 8, 

1862; m. , at New Vineyard, Me., Julia Ann Bailey. He 

was a farmer and lived at New Portland, and in Wisconsin ; was 
a private in company C, 16th regiment, Wis. Vols., and died in 
the service. 



Children 



i. William Walker, 8 b. ; d. Jan. 17, 1863; m. Nov. 14, 

1848, at Gardiner, Me., Irene Bailey, of Gardiner. He 
was a private in company I, 22d regiment, Wis. Vols., 
and died at Danville, Ky., in the service. 

ii. Rebecca, b. . 



236 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

317 

Polly 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 William* William, 3 John, 2 

Richard 1 '), born Dec. 8, 1796, at Chelsea, Vt. ; died , 1866, 

at ; married , William Amsbury. Residences, Mason 

county, West Va., Marion county, la., and Custer county, Neb. 

Children (Amsbury), born in West Virginia: 

i. William F., 8 b. . 



ii. Francis Everett, b. 

iii. Catherine, b. . 

iv. Henrietta, b. . 

v. Lewis Norton, b. 



vi. Almira Parish, b. Sept. 9, 1829. 
vii. Horace Allen, b. Sept. 3, 1833. 
viii. Matthew James, b. Feb. 15, 1837. 

318 

Sally 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 William,* William, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born May 21, 1805, at Aurelius, N. Y. ; died there 
June 18, 1838 ; married Oct. 13, 1831, at Aurelius, Lyman Beers, 
son of Isaac Beers, born Oct. 13, 1799, at Weston, Conn. ; died 
July 4, 1863, at Fairfield, Conn. He went with Iris father, at an 
early age, to Aurelius, where he became a farmer. In 1845, he 
returned to Connecticut. 

Children (Beers), born at Aurelius : 

i. Francis Everett, 8 b. Aug. 29, 1833 ; was graduated at 
Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., 1854, and 
became a civil engineer. Res., Gilmore City, la. 
ii. Mary Olivia, b. July 16, 1836; m. May 20, 1884, at Strat- 
ford, Conn., Jason L. Higgins, son of Henry K. and 
Esther Higgins, b. June 25, 1838, at Perry, N. Y. Res., 
Watkins N. Y. 
iii. Lewis Franklin, b. May 27, 1838; d. Feb. 15, 1872, at 
South Norwalk, Conn.; m. Oct. 11, 1865, Adelia V. 

Hoyt, of Darien, Conn., d. , 1880. He was city 

attorney for South Norwalk, member of the General 
Assembly, 1871, and also of the Masonic fraternity. 

319 
Lucy Jane 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 William,' 1 William, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Feb. 23, 1810, at Aurelius, N. Y. ; died 



Seventh Generation. 237 



Nov. 13, 1878 ; married Jan. 18, 1840, William J. Oliver. Resi- 
dence, Mason count}', W. Va. 
Children (Oliver) : 

i. Sarah F., 8 b. Dec. 10, 1840. 

ii. Mary E., b. Feb. 18, 1842; d. Aug. 10, 1844. 

hi. Bennett F., b. Mar. 27, 1843. 

iv. John W., b. Dec. 17, 1846. 

v. Thomas D., b. June 21, 1848. 

vi. Charles G., b. June 21, 1848 ; d. July 13, 1848. 

vii. Jane A., b. Oct. 2, 1850. 

viii. Araminta D., b. Sept. 28, 1852; d. June 12, 1853. 



320 

Eliza Araminta 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 William, 4 ' 
William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Mar. 28, 1814, at Aurelius, 
N. Y. ; married Apr. 3, 1845, at Mt. Morris, N. Y., George Mills, 
son of Capt. Frederic Mills, died Apr. 9, 1879. 

Children (Mills) : 

i. George W., 8 b. Nov. 3, 1846; m. Nov. 7, 1876, Eva B. 

Ward. Res., Mt. Morris, 
ii. Elizabeth J., b. Jan. 26, 1850 ; m. May 4, 1870, Milo S. 

Goldthwait. Res., Jamestown, N. Y. 
hi. Kate Eliza, b. Dec. 16, 1853; d. Feb. 10, 1883. 
iv. Frederic Francis, b. Sept, 10, 1860; d. Mar. 11, 1863. 

321 

John Smith 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 William, 4 William, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Apr. 6, 1816, at Aurelius, N. Y. ; died Dec. 
1, 1893, in Marion county, la.; married Sept. 5, 1843, in Mason 
county, West Va., Elizabeth E. McCown, born Sept. 20, 1823, in 
Mason county; died Jan. 28, 1895, in Iowa. He was a farmer 
and fruit raiser, living in Mason county until 1846, when he 
moved to Marion county, where he was an early pioneer. 

Children : 

i. Marcena Smith, 8 b. June 30, 1K44; <1. Aug. 13, ISC,:), at 
Helena, Ark.; enlisted Aug. — , 1862, in company A, 
40th regiment, la. Vol. 

ii. Anne Jane, 1). June 23, 1846; d. young. 



238 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iii. Sophia Miriam, b. Dec. 18, 1848; m. May 31, 1866, at 
Knoxville, Marion county, Dr. L. T. Greenlee, b. Nov. 3, 
1841, in Mason county. Res., 1896, Humeston, Wayne 
county, la. 

490. iv. Augustus Justine, b. Sept. 27, 1850. 

v. Joanna Maria, b. Sept. 28, 1852; d. Sept. 12, 1894, at 
Tracy Home Hospital, Des Moines, la., where she was 
a professional nurse ; m. James Polk Carpenter, b. Sept. 
7, 1845; d. Oct. 5, 1883. 

vi. Edward Francis, b. Mar. 1, 1854; d. young. 

vii. Mary May, b. Aug. 28, 1856; d. young. 

491. viii. John McCown, b. Oct. 1, 1857. 

ix. Alice May, b. Apr. 27, 1859; m. Oct. 20, 1887, at Des 
Moines, E. E. Herring, b. Mar. 1, 1857, at Terre Haute, 
Ind. Res., 1890, Des Moines. 

x. Sarah Kate, b. Mar. 11, 1861 ; d. Oct. 12, 1872. 

492. xi. William Barnett, b. Apr. 27, 1862. 

493. xii. Warren James, b. May 31, 1865. 

322 

Dr. Warren Day 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah, 6 William, 4 
William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born May 4, 1818, at Aurelius, 

N. Y. ; died Oct. 7, 1864, at Corydon, la. ; married 1st, , 

1839, in Mason county, West Va., Mrs. Pautha Jane Greenlee, 

daughter of Sylas Marris, bom , 1815, in West Virginia; 

died Apr. 25, 1849, in Marion county, la. ; married 2d, Mar. 27, 
1850, in Marion county, Susannah Nossaman, born May 23, 1828, 
at New York, la. ; died Apr. 20, 1854 ; married 3d, Mar. 28, 
1858, in Appanoose county, la., Elizabeth E. Richardson, daughter 
of Thomas and Jemima Richardson, born Sept. 9, 1827, in Smith 
county, Tenn. ; died Jan. 21, 1884. 

He was a physician, living in Mason county until 1841, when he 
moved to Moniteau county, Mo., where he lived until 1848 ; he 
then moved to Marion county, and a few years later to Corydon, 
Wayne county. 

Children : 

494. i. Francis Michael, 8 b. Oct. 4, 1840. 

495. ii. Burrus Smith, b. Mar. 21, 1843. 

iii. Roxalina Caroline, b. Feb. 5, 1845, in Moniteau county ; 
m. Mar. 15, 1870, at Corydon, S. C. Staton. Res., Red 
House Shoals, West Va. 



Seventh Generation. 239 



iv. Virginia Pautha, b. Jan. 20, 1847, in Moniteau county; 
m. 1st, Oct. 3, 1866, Allen T. Frazer; m. 2d, Mar. 29, 
1883, George T. Allen. Res., Mason City, Neb. 
v. Timothy, b. Apr. 3, 1849; d. Apr. 7, 1849. 

Children of second wife : 

496. vi. Melville L., b. Sept. 9, 1852. 

vii. Daughter, b. Apr. — , 1854; d. Apr. 20, 1854. 

Children of third wife : 

viii. Capitola Jemima, b. Mar. 7, 1859, at Peoria, la; d. Nov. 
28, 1901, at Mulhall, Oklahoma ; m. 1st, William Web- 
ber, of Coffey county, Kan. ; m. 2d, Robert Breeden ; 
m. 3d, John Lewis. 

497. ix. Warren Douglas, b. Oct. 2, 1860. 

498. x. Paul Jones, b. Nov. 8, 1862. 

xi. Carrie Day, b. Mar. 15, 1865; d. Mar. 1, 1886. 

323 

Francis 7 Everett (Francis? Josiah? William,* William, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born May 24, 1820, in Mason county, West Va. ; died 
, 1852, in Marion county, la. ; married , 1842, in Moni- 
teau county, Mo., Mary A. Smith, daughter of Thomas and Re- 
becca Smith, born at Chillicothe, Ohio. He was a farmer, went to 
Missouri in early manhood, and in 1847, to Marion county. 

Children : 

499. i. John S., 8 b. Dec. 25, 1843. 

ii. Harriet E., b. ; d. , 1866, in Marion county. 

ill. Sarah C, b. ; m. B. F. Crouch. Res., 1894,' Knox- 

ville, la. 
iv. Abigail A., b. May 1, 1852 ; m. J. J. Belville. Res., 1894, 

Knoxville. 

324 

Eveline 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah? William* William? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Dec. 28, 1824, in Mason county, West Va. ; 
married Jan. 2, 1841, at Springfield, N. Y., Hugh Thompson Tears, 
son of David Tears, born Oct. 8, 1816, at Dryden, N. Y. 

Children (Tears) : 

i. Mary Ann, 8 b. Jan. 18, 1842. 
ii. Catherine Amanda, b. May 30, 1844. 
iii. Eleanor, b. Oct. 30, 1845; d. , 1864. 



240 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iv. Sarah Jane, b. Apr. 20, 1847. 

v. Hannah E., b. June 6, 1849; d. Mar. 27, 1884. 

vi. Angeline, b. Feb. 4, 1851 ; d. June 10, 1855. 
vii. David Emmett, b. Oct. 17, 1852. 
viii. Frank, b. July 19, 1854; d. Mar. 30, 1876. 

ix. Everett, b. Apr. 10, 1856. 

x. John, b. June 13, 1858. 

xi. Henry Nye, b. Aug. 1, 1860. 
xii. Eva Caroline, b. June 13, 1862. 
xiii. Susan Alicia, b. July 6, 1864. 
xiv. William Thompson, b. Sept. 8, 1866. 

325 

Harriet Amanda 7 Everett (Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 William,* Wil- 
liam, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Feb. 14, 1827, in Mason county, West 
Va. ; married Feb. 3, 1848, at Mt. Morris, N. Y., Peter Bodine, 
son of John G. Bodine, born Sept. 20, 1825. 

Children (Bodine) : 

i. Mary Eliza, 8 b. May 15, 1849. 

ii. Virginia Magdalene, b. June 4, 1852. 
hi. Helen Frances, b. Aug. 6, 1854 ; d. Dec. 20, 1855. 
iv. Harriet Elizabeth, b. July 24, 1856. 

v. Katherine Eveline, b. July 9, 1858. 
vi. Edward Everett Seymore, b. Jan. 28, 1863. 

326 

Sheldon Brownson 7 Everitt (Charles, 6 Abner, 5 Daniel, 11 
Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Oct. 17, 1818, at Warren, Conn. ; 
married Oct. 26, 1842, at Watertown, Conn., Maria Woodward, 
daughter of Nathan Woodward, born Feb. 9, 1820, at Watertown. 
They reside at Oakville, Conn. 

Children, i born at Watertown, ii-iii at Waterbury, Conn. : 

500. i. Anna Maria, 8 b. Mav 21, 1844. 

ii. Mary Caroline, b/Aug. 15, 1847; m. Feb. 14, 1872, 
William B. Wetherbee, of Chapin, 111., b. about 1845, 
in Hampden county, Mass. Res., Santa Ana, Cal. 

501. hi. Edward Hermon, b. Jan. 6, 1856. 

327 
Dr. Abner Brownson 7 Everitt (Abner, 6 Abner, 5 Daniel* 
Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Sept. 24, 1846, at Litchfield, Ohio ; 



Seventh Generation. 241 



married Mar. 4, 1880, at Castorland, N. Y., Frankie A. Plank, 
daughter of Jacob Plank, born Jan. 21, 1854, at Denmark, N. Y. 
He is a practicing physician at Kipton, Ohio. 
Child: 

i. Mary Hannah, 8 b. Nov. 19, 1885. 

328 

Eliza" Evemtt (Martin? Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? John? 
Richard 1 '), born June 26, 1802; died Sept. 2, 1873, at Cornwall 

Bridge, Conn. ; married , 1824, William Bonney. They resided 

at Cornwall Bridge. 

Children (Bonney) : 

i. Herman E., 8 b. Julv 23, 1827; d. June 28, 1864. 
ii. William C, b. June 18, 1829; d. Oct. 2, 1868. 
hi. Maria A., b. June 27, 1831 ; m. Theodore Swift. Kes., 

1901, Cornwall Bridge, 
iv. Harriet E., b. Oct. 21, 1833; d. Feb. 9, 1886. 
v. Mary J., b. Nov. 22, 1835 ; d. Oct. 4, 1895. 

329 

Thomas A. 7 Everitt (Adolphus? Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? 

John? Richard 1 '), born Mar. — , 1806, at Sharon, Conn. ; died ; 

married Mary Hatch. He resided in Ellsworth society, Sharon. 

Children : 

i. Lvdia Ann, 8 b. , 1826 ; d. Feb. 5, 1849. 

ii. Mary Elizabeth, b. ; m. June 15, 1846, Alanson 

Negus, of Litchfield, Conn, 
hi. John H., b. June 2, 1832; d. Oct. — , 1899. 

330 
Ichabod S. 7 Everitt (Adolphus? Isaiah? Menezer? Israel? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Jan. 22, 1808, at Sharon, Conn.: died 

, 1887; married 1st, Nov. — , 1836, at Sharon, Emily St. 

John, daughter of Thomas St. John, born July 11, 180S, at 
Sharon; died July 20,1870; married 2d, Sept. 6, 1876, Louisa 
Lord, died Dec. 7, 1883. He resided at Ellsworth society, Sharon, 
where he was a farmer, assessor, selectman, and representative. 



242 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Child : 

i. Mary L., 8 b. May 29, 1843; m. 1st, Dec. 12, 1866, John 
Milton Gregory, d. Sept. 22, 1875; m. 2d, Feb. 26, 1879, 
D. L. Smith, b. Apr. 19, 1843. Res., West Cornwall, 
Conn. 

331 

Russell A. 7 Everitt (Adolplms? Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? 
John? Richard 1 }, born Dec. 8, 1811, at Sharon, Conn. ; married 
July 3, 1834, at Sharon, Sarah A. Hollister. He was a farmer, 
and resided at Ellsworth society, Sharon, and at Burton, Ohio. 

Child: 

i. Lucretia, 8 b. ; m. Asher Furson. 

332 

Joshua 7 Everitt {Asa? Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? John? Rich- 
ard 1 *), born Mar. 19, 1811, at Sharon, Conn. ; married Feb. 12, 
1834, at Sharon, Elmira Skiff, daughter of Walter and Abigail 
(Wilson) Skiff, born Apr. 15, 1811, at Sharon. They resided at 
Ellsworth society, Sharon. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Charles Wildman, 8 b. May 3, 1841. 
ii. Elizabeth Anna, b. Apr. 17, 1850. 

333 

Enoch Parsons 7 Everitt {Russell? Isaiah? Ebenezer? Israel? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Aug. 31, 1825, at Copake Flats, N. Y. ; 
married 1st, Feb. 20, 1850, at Sharon, Conn., Helen Sophronia 
Everitt, daughter of William and Susan Ann (Gordon) Everitt, 
born Aug. 22, 1829, at Sharon ; died there Sept. 14, 1866 ; mar- 
ried 2d, Feb. 9, 1867, at Sharon, Emily Goodenough, daughter of 
Giles Chipman and Alida (Cooper) Goodenough, of Jefferson, 
N. Y., born July 3, 1840, at Jefferson. He was a farmer at Ells- 
worth society, Sharon. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

502. i. Frank, 8 b. Nov. 17, 1851. 

ii. William, b. Apr. 26, 1854; d. Sept. 9, 1855. 
hi. Susan Caroline, b. July 24, 1856 ; d. July 24, 1856. 



Seventh Generation. 243 



iv. William, b. Jan. 12, 1858. 

v. Edith, b. May 25, 1862 ; d. Sept. 18, 1862. 

Children of second wife : 

vi. Ellen, b. Dec. 27, 1867. 
vii. Alice, b. Nov. 23, 1870. 
viii. Florence, b. July 23, 1875. 

334 

Richard Floyd 7 Everitt (Russell, 6 Isaiah, 6 Ebenezer? Israel? 
John? Richard 1 '), born Sept. 15, 1831, at Copake Flats, N. Y. ; 
married Nov. 26, 1857, at Sharon, Conn., Catharine Henrietta St. 
John, daughter of Henry and Catharine Augusta (Wheeler) St. 
John, of Northeast, N. Y., born Nov. 26, 1836, at Sharon. He 
resided at Ellsworth society, Sharon, and Galva, 111. 

Children, i-ii born at Sharon, iii-iv at Galva : 

i. Walton, 8 b. Feb. 11, 1859; d. May 6, 1860. 

ii. Leland, b. July 19, 1861. 

iii. Bertrand, b. Aug. 4, 1869; d. Apr. 4, 1873. 

iv. Walter Burton, b. May 16, 1875. 

335 

Ransom Frederick 7 Everitt (Gamaliel, 6 Isaiah, 5 Ebenezer, 4 
Israel, 2, John, 2 Richard 1 }, born July 26, 1822, at Sharon, Conn. : 
married Mar. 13, 1851, at Warren, Conn., Ellen Harriet Curtiss, 
daughter of Erastus and Harriet (Tanner) Curtiss, born Aug. 3, 
1825, at Warren. He was a farmer at Ellsworth society, Sharon, 
until 1860, when he removed to Waveiiy, 111. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Erastus Curtiss, 8 b. May 5, 1853. 
ii. Louisa Adeline, b. Nov. 11, 1854. 

336 
Abel Clark 7 Everitt (Gamaliel, 6 Isaiah? Ebenezer, 4 Israd? 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Apr. 29, 1827, at Sharon, Conn. ; married 
Oct. 22, 1850, at Sharon, Clarissa Chaffee, daughter of Joel St. 
John and Betsey Ann (Youngs) Chaffee, born Oct. 31, 1828, at 
Sharon. He was a farmer and carpenter, at Ellsworth society. 



244 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Sharon ; removed to Winsted, Conn., and later to Barkhamsted, 
Conn., where he was living in 1896. He was a member of the 
Legislature from Barkhamsted, 1894. 
Children, born at Sharon: 

i. Charles Edgar, 8 b. July 24, 1854. 
ii. Frederick Chaffee, b. Apr. 21, 1863. 

337 

Newton Franklin 7 Everitt (G-amaliel? Isaiah? Ebenezer? 
Israel? John? Richard 1 ), born Sept. 26,1832, at Sharon, Conn. ; 
married Jan. 24, 1855, at Kent, Conn., Mary Frances Dutcher, 
daughter of Silas and Laura (Booth) Dutcher, of Kent. He re- 
sided at Chenango Bridge, N. Y., 1896. 

Children : 

i. Edward, 8 b. Nov. — , 1856. 
ii. Alice, b. Jan. — , 1858. 
iii. Laura Nancy, b. Jan. — , 1862. 

338 

Charles Burrett 7 Everitt (Gamaliel? Isaiah? Ebenezer? 
Israel? JoJm? Richard 1 ), born Feb. 4, 1835, at Sharon, Conn. ; 
married Sept. 6, 1858, at Sharon, Julia Chaffee, daughter of Joel 
St. John and Betsey Ann (Youngs) Chaffee, born Apr. 13, 1837, 
at Sharon. He was a farmer at Ellsworth society, Sharon, 1896. 

Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Ella Susan, 8 b. Feb. 1, 1860. 

ii. Irving Gamaliel, b. Dec. 31, 1863. 

iii. Flora Betsey, b. June 1, 1865. 

iv. Burrett Chaffee, b. Apr. 11, 1867. 

v. Myra Melissa, b. July 25, 1869. 

vi. Ernest Ransom, b. Oct. 26, 1871. 

339 

Samuel Elmore 7 Everitt (Augustus? Ebe? Ebenezer? Israel? 

John? Richard 1 ), born Dec. 15, 1822, at Sharon, Conn. ; married 

Jan. 12, 1854, at South Britain, Conn., Ann Eliza Canfield, 

daughter of George and Cornelia Helen (Beecher) Canfield, born 



Seventh Generation. 245 



Dec. 16, 1826, at South Britain. He was a farmer at Ellsworth 
lociety, Sharon, 1895. 
Children, born at Sharon : 

i. Mary Cornelia, 8 b. Mar. 7, 1855; m. Oct. 1(5, 1878, Frank 
E. Buckley, b. May 23, 1854. 
503. ii. George Augustus, b. Oct. 18, 1861. 

340 

Mary Ann 7 Everitt (John, 6 Ebe, 5 Ebenezer* Israel, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Apr. 14, 1821, at Nichols, N. Y. ; married Mar. 
— , 1850, at Nichols, Benjamin Loundsbury. They resided at 
Nichols, 1895. 

Children (Loundsbury) : 

i. Mattie, 8 b. May 1, 1852. 

ii. Emily, b. May 25, 1854. 
iii. Benjamin, b. Nov. 30, 1856. 
iv. Sarah, b. Apr. 24, 1859. 

v. Fannie, b. Dec. 8, 1862. 

341 

Elmore 7 Everitt (John, 6 Ebe, 5 Ebenezer? Israel? John, 2 Rich- 
ird 1 ), born Oct. 5, 1822, at Nichols, N. Y. ; married 1st, May 27, 
1868, at Nichols, Mirah A. Johnson, daughter of Perley Johnson; 
married 2d, May 2, 1889, Alice Jordan. He was a farmer at 
Nichols, removed to Amenia, N. Y., and returned to Nichols, where 
he has been supervisor. 

Children, born at Nichols : 

i. Hovey, 8 b. Feb. 4, 1869; m. July — , 1892, at Binghamton, 
N. Y., Mary Cudmore. 
504. ii. Walter C, b. June 27, 1871. 

342 
Harvey C. 7 Everitt (John, 6 Ebe, 5 Ebenezerf Israel, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Sept. 21, 1824, at Nichols, N. Y. ; married Nov. 
12, 1850, at Nichols, Sarah Joslin, daughter of Peter Joslin, born 
Aug. 4, 1831, at Nichols. He was a farmer at Nichols, removed 
to Amenia, N. Y., and returned to Nichols. 



246 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children, born at Nichols : 

i. Fannie C., 8 b. May 7, 1852; m. Nov. — , 1872, Edmund 
R. Sherry, of Waverley, N. Y. Res., Elmira, N. Y. 

ii. John E., b. Mar. 17, 1853; d. Mar. 4, 1854. 
iii. Harriett A., b. Oct. 28, 1856; d. June 10, 1801. 
iv. George E., b. Oct. 21, 1803. 
v. Julia A., b. Nov. 3, 1805; d. Feb. 2, 1871. 
vi. Mabel E., b. Aug. 27, 1871. 

343 

Dr. Edward A. 7 Everitt (John, 6 Ebe, b Ebenezer? Israel, 2, 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 11, 1831, at Anienia, N. Y. ; married 
1st, Nov. 12, 1856, at Elmira, N. Y., Harriet S. Greutsinger, 
daughter of William Greutsinger, born Sept. 5, 1833, at Elmira ; 
died Dec. 13, 1873, at Burlington, Penn. ; married 2d, Jan. 6, 
1875, at Burlington, Harriet P. Phelps, daughter of Plynne and 
Lucy Phelps, of Burlington. He is a physician and has been town 
burgess. They were living, 1894, at Burlington. 

Children : 

i. Frederica C., 8 b. May 4, 1858 ; m. May 4, 1882, Thomas 
A. Pagett, of Elmira. 
505. ii. John Elmore, b. June 11, 1802. 

iii. Laurinda Ettie, b. Nov. 20, 1800; d. Jan. 31, 1807. 

344 

Frederick M. 7 Everitt (John, 6 Ebe? Ebenezer? Israel? John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Jan. 2, 1834, at Anienia, N. Y. ; married Feb. 
— , 1855, at Nichols, N. Y., Mariah Johnson, daughter of Peiiey 

Johnson, born , at Windham, Penn. Residence, Amenia and 

Nichols. 

Children : 

i. Mary, 8 b. Apr. 25, 1850; m. May — , 1874, James Sullivan, 
ii. Jessie, b. Jan. 9, 1800. 

345 
Emily P. 7 Everitt (John? Ebe? Ebenezer? Israel? John, 2 
Richard 1 '), born Feb. 13, 1838, at Nichols, N. Y. ; married July 
17, 1859, at Nichols, Manning Elsbree, who died May 18, 1862. 
She resided, 1894, at Nichols. 



Seventh Generation. -1 1 1 



Child (Elsbree) : 

i. Charlotte Manning, 8 b. June 26, 1862; m. June 7, 1888, 
Robert C. Harris, b. June 9, 1854. 

346 

Laurinda Ann" Everitt (Hovey* Ebe, b Ebenezer* Israel, 5 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 1-1, 1834, at Chemung, N. Y. ; married 
Oct. 14, 1857, at Chemung, Edward E. Van Dyne, son of Edward 
Earl and Phoebe (Edwards) Van Dyne, born Feb. 15, 1827, at 
Lyons Farms, N. J. They were living, 1894, at Troy, Penn. 

Children (Van Dyne) : 

i. Mabel, 8 b. Jan. 9, 1860 ; d. Jan. 8, 1872. 
ii. Edward Everett, b. Sept. 15, 1861; m. Oct. 10, 1883, 
Louise Wilson. Children : 

1. Edward,* b. Dec. 20, 1886; d. Sept. 30, 1887. 

2. Henry £., b. Mar. 23, 18S9. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 12, 1S92. 

hi. Henry, b. Dec. 31, 1866; d. Jan. 18, 1868. 
iv. Laurinda, b. Dec. 22, 1872. 
v. Frederick E., b. Oct. — , 1874. 

347 

Sarah Frances 7 Everett (Hoveyf Ebe, 5 Ebenezer, i Israel, 2, 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Nov. 13, 1839, at Chemung, N. Y. ; married 

, Maj. John G. Copley, son of Lauren and Sally (Stone) 

Copley, born Mar. 30, 1839, at Sanford, N. Y. They were living, 
1894, at Elmira, N. Y. 

Children (Copley) : 

i. Hovey Everitt, 8 b. May 2, 1869. 
ii. Harry G., b. July 28, 1873; d. Jan. 31, 1875. 
hi. Frances C, b. Oct. 10, 1875. 

348 

William Elias 7 Everitt (Elias? EMphalet, 5 Ebenezer,* Israel? 

Joint, 2 Richard 1 '), born Apr. 17, 1826, at Watertown, N. Y. ; died 

Sept. 19, 1881, at Saratoga, N. Y. ; married Apr. 25, 1854, at 

Brownsville, N. Y., Pamela Williams Kirby, daughter of Col. 



248 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Edmund Kirby, U. S. A., and Eliza Brown, born Jan. 9, 1831, at 
Brownsville; died Jan. 23, 1878, at Hot Springs, Ark. 

Mr. Everitt early entered the U. S. Navy and served in the 
Mexican war. In 1845, he was appointed a third assistant engi- 
neer in the navy; promoted successively, in 1847, second assistant; 
in 1848, first assistant; and in 1852, chief engineer, and saw ser- 
vice in the steam frigates Mississippi, San Jacinto, and Niagara. 
In 1858, he was detailed to assist in the laying of the first Atlantic 
cable. By a device of his invention, the parting of the cable, while 
being payed out, was avoided. On his return from this service, 
he resigned, in 1859, from the navy, and became superintendent 
of the Novelty Iron Works, New York City. He rendered the U. 
S. Government important services during the Civil war. Having 
no children, he adopted a niece of his wife, Virginia Darby, who 
took the family name. She married William Edward Ver Plank, 
a lawyer in New York City. 

349 

William Stillman" Everitt (William, 6 Joshua, 5 Joshua,* 
Richard, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Oct. 13, 1805, at Princeton, 
Mass.; died Feb. 19, 1885, at Princeton; married 1st, Feb. 20, 
1827, Mary Whitney, daughter of David and Elizabeth (Barron) 
Whitney, born Aug. 19, 1808, at Westminster, Mass. ; died May 
26, 1828, at Princeton; married 2d, Jan. 20, 1829, Susan Beman, 
born Apr. 17, 1808, at Princeton. 

Children, born at Princeton : 

i. Mary Whitney, 8 b. May 16, 1828 ; m. Jan. 1, 1847, Joseph 
Brown, b. Sept. 20, 1820, at Westminster. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. Susan Louisa, b. Mar. 31, 1831; m. Feb. 16, 1854, Henry 
Edward Folger, son of Capt. Charles and Bitha (Parker) 
Folger, b. May 23, 1820, at Princeton. Res., 1874, 
Springfield, Ohio. 

iii. Abbie Pamela, b. Sept. 23, 1833; m. Nov. 26, 1854, Luther 
Smith, of Sterling, Mass., b. Feb. 14, 1828, at Templeton, 
Mass. Res., 1874, Gardner, Mass. 



Seventh Generation. 249 



iv. Almira Rebecca, b. Mar. 28, 1887; m. Mar. 8, 1855, Lans- 
ford Harrington, b. Oct. 7, 1881, at Westminster, lies., 
1874, Princeton, 
v. Melissa Eunice, b. Mar. 16, 1842 ; m. M. II. Puffer. Res., 
1874, Gardner. 

350 

Rev. Samuel 7 Everett (Joshua? Joshua? Joshua? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 '), born Oct. 11,1793, at Princeton, Mass. ; died 
Sept. 22, 1875, in Michigan; married Feb. 9, 1825, Lucinda 
Keyes, born Sept. 14, 1798, at Princeton ; died Dec. 23, 1871, 
in Michigan. Mr. Everett was graduated from the theological 
department of Waterville (Me.) College, 1823 ; was ordained, 
and filled pastorates at Milford, N. H., 1825, Salisbury, N. II.. 
1832, Holden, Mass., 1838, North Leverett, Mass., 1839, and 
finally in Michigan. 

Children, i-iii born at Milford, iv-vi at Salisbury : 

506. i. Samuel Pearce, 8 b. Jan. 26, 1826. 

ii. Joshua Titus, b. Sept. 8, 1827 ; d. Nov. 27, 1846. 

iii. Lucinda Elizabeth, b. July 23, 1829; d. July 5, 1853; m. 

Apr. 9, 1849, Whitman Fiske Higgins, of Hardwick, 

Mass. 
iv. Mary Jane, b. Sept. 1, 1832; d. July 2, 1834. 
v. George Boardman, b. June 28, 1835; d. Mar. 30, 1836. 
vi. William Stillman, b. Nov. 8, 1837; d. Mar.—, 1881, in 

Iowa. 

351 

Israel 7 Everett (Joshua? Joshua? Joshua? Richard? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Nov. 10, 1795, at Princeton, Mass.; died May 6, 
1888, at Millbury, Mass. ; married Nov. 19, 1822, Persis Fosgate, 
born July 6, 1801, at Berlin, Mass. ; died Feb. 4, 1852, at Prince- 
ton. He was a farmer at Princeton and Millbury. He was a 
member of the Massachusetts Legislature, 1843, '44. 

Children, born at Princeton : 

i. Sarah Ann, 8 b. Nov. 5, 1823. 
ii. Pamela How, b. Mar. 29, 1826; m. June 8, 1848, William 

Howe, son of William and Eunice (Robbins) Howe, 1>. 

Oct. 14, 1819, at Princeton. Res., 1895, Millbury, 
hi. George, b. Aug. 12, 1827 ; d. Oct. 2, 1847. 



250 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

507. iv. Abram, b. Nov. 4, 1829. 

v. Ruth Eliza, b. Sept. 28, 1833; d. Aug. 19, 1867, at Mt. 
Pleasant, S. C. ; m. Aug. 17, 1857, Holland N. Batcheller, 
of Macon, Ga., b. Sept. 28, 1818, at Grafton, Mass.; d. 
Aug. 18, 1867, at Mt. Pleasant. He served during the 
Civil war as cajjtain in the 35th regiment, U. S. colored 
troops. 

508. vi. Mendall Gilbert, b. Sept. 14, 1836. 

352 

Dea. Joshua Titus 7 Everett (Joshua? Joshua? Joshua? Rich- 
ard? John? Richard 1- ), born Jan. 6, 1806, at Princeton, Mass. ; 
died Feb. 10, 1897, at Westminster, Mass. ; married 1st, May 15, 
1828, Sally Brown, daughter of Joseph Brown, born May 1, 1810, 
at Westminster; died Jan. 22, 1848, at Princeton; married 2d, 
Sept. 15, 1853, Mary Ann Baird, daughter of George W. Baird, 
born Aug. 30, 1820, at Grafton, Vt, 

He was widely known in the northern part of Worcester county 
and elsewhere for his active interest in the various moral and social 
reforms of his time. He became an early convert to the anti-slavery 
cause, and was a personal friend of Garrison, Phillips, May, and 
Douglas, whom he entertained at his home ; for many years he was 
President of the Worcester North Anti-Slavery Society. He lived 
the most of his life in his native town of Princeton, where he was 
a selectman and assessor in 1834 and '35, and was a member of 
the Massachusetts Legislature in 1833, '34 and '35. At the time 
of Ids death, he was the oldest living ex-member of the General 
Court. 

Children, born at Princeton : 

i. Sarah Merriam, 8 b. July 7, 1829; m. Jan. 1, 1851, Moses 
Hobbs Mirick, b. Nov. 17, 1823, at Princeton. 

ii. Lucy Adelia, b. Nov. 28, 1831 ; m. Nov. 19, 1853, John L. 
Heywood, of Milford, Mass., b. Sept. 28, 1830, at West- 
minster. 

509. iii. Frederick Augustus, b. May 2, 1835. 

iv. Alice Brown, b. Apr. 24, 1839; m. Nov. 15, 1873, at 

Leominster, Mass., Robert Kelley. 
v. Emma Eliza, b. Feb. 19, 1843; d. , at San Francisco, 

Cal.; m. Nov. 22, 1862, Edward H. Howes, of San 

Francisco. 



Seventh Generation. 251 



Child of second wife : 

vi. George Titus, b. Aug. 81, 1861. Ties., 1898, Fitchburg, 
Mass. 

353 

Prof. Erastus 7 Everett (Joshua, 6 Joshua, 5 Joshua, 4 Richard? 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 3, 1813, at Princeton, Mass. ; married 
Sept. 16, 1818, Rosa Denham, daughter of Andrew Denham, of 
Brooklyn, N. Y. He was graduated at Dartmouth College, 1836, 
and was professor of English History at Jefferson College, La., 
1840-43. He promoted the foundation of the New Orleans High 
School in 1843 ; became its president in 1849, and served until 
1855. He taught a select school in Brooklyn, 1855-75, and was 
professor of Greek and Latin in Rutgers Female College, 1875-9. 
He was the poet at the Centennial (1876) celebration of Prince- 
ton. He received the honorary degree of LL. D. from Dartmouth 
College, 1876. The family resided, 1898, at Brooklyn. 

Children, i-iii bom at New Orleans, iv at Brooklyn : 

i. Louisa, 8 b. July 3, 1849. 

ii. Erastus, b. Oct. 27, 1851. 

hi. Minna, b. Oct. 26, 1853. 

iv. Elisha Taylor, b. Jan. 25, 1858. 



354 

Otis Whiting 7 Everett (Paul, 6 Josiah, b Joshua,' 1 Richard? 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 29, 1810, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died 

May 10, 1892, at Providence, R. I. ; married 1st, Emily ; 

married 2d, Mrs. Eliza A. , who resided, 1893, at Providence. 

Children, i-iv born at Providence, ix at Nashua, N. II.: 

i. Catherine M., 8 b. about 1832; m. Sept. 18, 1854, at Wren- 
tbam, Mass., Alvarine G. Dupee, son of Job and Mahatu 
Dupee, b. at Scituate, R. I. 

ii. William Denison, b. about 1834; m. Mar. 7. 1 s;-j, at Med- 
wav, Mass., Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Barber, dan. of William 
and Gertrude Salisbury, b. at Troy. X. Y. 

hi. Jennie E., b. about ls4-J; m. Dec. 25, I860, at Providence, 
Charles G. Cloudman, son of John G. ami Jam.' Cloud- 
man, b. at Portland, Me. 



252 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iv. Mary E., b. about 1847; m. Mar. 26, 1871, at Medway, 
Elias A. Wood, of Norfolk, son of Asa W. and Emma 
Wood, b. at Wrentham. 

v. Susan, b. ; m. Charles Howe, of Wrentham. 

vi. Joseph, b. . Res., 1895, Scituate, R. I. 

vii. Nathaniel, b. . 

viii. Zylpha, b. . 

Child of second wife : 

ix. Emma Jones, b. Oct. — , 1855 ; d. June 22, 1886, at Provi- 
dence. 

355 

Metcalf 7 Eveeett (Paul, 6 Josiah, 5 Joshua,* Richard, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 }, born Dec. 7, 1812, at Attleboro', Mass.; married 1st, 
May — , 1835, at Foxboro', Mass., Hannah A. Drake ; married 2d, 
Feb. 29, 1840, at Providence, R. I., Julia Anna Brickley, daughter 
of Henry and Lydia (Potter) Brickley, born , 1815, at Provi- 
dence ; died Jan. 20, 1884, at Wrentham, Mass. He resided, 
1897, at Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Children, i born at Sharon, ii— viii at Wrentham : 

i. Hannah A., 8 b. about 1836 ; m. Jan. 1, 1854, at Wrentham, 
William A. Hill, son of William and Maryetta Hill, b. 
at Wrentham. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. George H., b. Sept. 21, 1842. Res., 1897, Maiden, Mass. 
hi. Susan Elizabeth, b. June — , 1844; d. Aug. 8, 1844. 
510. iv. William F., b. Feb. 7, 1845. 

v. Ella Justina, b. Oct. 10, 1847 ; m. Jan. 22, 1864, at Wren- 
tham, Warren P. Andrews, of Wrentham, son of Nath- 
aniel and Eunice S. Andrews, b. about 1841, at Lowell, 
Mass. 
vi. Mary Elizabeth, b. June 8, 1849; d. Aug. 12, 1849. 
vii. Emma Frances, b. July 30, 1850 ; d. Mar. 3, 1853. 
viii. Jane Elizabeth, b. Oct. 1, 1852; m. June 30, 1874, at 
Medway, Mass., Albert Fisher, son of Timothy and 
Achsah (Shattuck) Fisher, b. about 1848, at Medway. 

356 
Silas Shepard 7 Everett (Silas, 6 Josiah, 5 Joshua* Richard, 3 
John 2 Richard 1 '), born July 3, 1806, at Attleboro', Mass.; died 
Mar. 16, 1889, at Providence, R. I.; married Mar. 10, 1830, Al- 



Seventh Generation. 253 



mira M. Farrington, born Jan. 21, 1813, at Sherborn, Mass. ; died 
Feb. 4, 1892, at Providence. He lived in various parts of New 
England, and finally settled in Providence about 1860. 
Children : 

i. Ellen Maria, 8 b. Mar. 29, 1831, at Wrentham; d. Sept. 3, 

1832. 
ii. Annie E., b. Dec. 3, 1832, at Worcester, Mass. ; m. Dec. 31, 

1860, at Worcester, Alfred H. Gates, son of Horatio and 

Fidelia A. Gates. 

511. iii. Alfred Farrington, b. Apr. 28, 1835, at North Adams, 

Mass. 

512. iv. Edward S., b. Oct. 12, 1837, at Bennington, Vt. 

v. Handel P., b. Jan. 8, 1840, at Providence, R. I. ; married 
Oct. 4, 1875, at Providence, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Reed, 
dau. of Simeon and Betsey B. Skinner, b. April 2, 1831, 
at North Providence. He served durinsj the Civil war 
in company A, 51st regiment, Mass. Vols. Res., 1898, 
Providence. 

513. vi. Stephen T., b. Oct. 30, 1843, at Providence. 

vii. Olnev W., b. June 17, 1845, at TTxbridsje, Mass. ; d. Aug. 25, 

1845. 
viii. Harriet N., b. Dec. 12, 1846, at East Douglas, Mass.; d. 

Aug. 1, 1848. 
ix. Arthur M., b. Feb. 4, 1851, at Southbridge, Mass. ; d. Aug. 

25, 1851. 

357 

Josiah Fisk 7 Everett (Silas, 6 Josiah, 5 Joshua,* Richard, 5 
John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Nov. 14, 1808, at Attleboro', Mass. ; died 
Feb. 26, 1891, at Providence, R. I. ; married Feb. 15, 1829, at 
Providence, Mary Ann Hazard, daughter of Henry Starr Hazard, 
bom May 14, 1813, at Warwick, R. I. ; living, 1898, at Provi- 
dence. 

Children, born at Providence : 

i. Josiah Fisk, 8 b. Sept. 26, 1829; d. Sept. 27, 1829. 
ii. Josiah Nelson, b. Mar. 27, 1831 ; d. Nov. 11, 1850. 
iii. Caroline A., b. Mar. 10, 1833; d. Jan. 26, 1853. 
iv. Helen M., b. Mar. 6, 1835; d. Dec. 8, 1853. 

514. v. Charles Hazard, b. Feb. 14, 1837. 

vi. Emma E., b. Apr. 3, 1839; d. Mav 17, lS.'.tl. 

vii. Rowena F., b. Feb. 27, 1841 ; d. Nov. 1, 1845. 

viii. Mary A., b. Apr. 20, 1843; d. Sept. 21. is;.:.. 

ix. William Henrv, b. May 29, 1845; d. June 30, 1868. 



254 .. Descendants of Richard Everett. 

x. Byron H., b. July 16, 1S47; d. July 19, 1848. 
xi. David S., b. June 10, 1849. Res., 1893, St. Louis, Mo. 

515. xii. Edward Chauncey Fuller, b. Dec. 15, 1851. 

358 

Eeastus Davis 7 Everett (Silas, 6 Josiahf Joshua* Richard? 
John? Richard 1 *), born Sept. 22, 1810, at Attleboro', Mass.; died 
Feb. 28, 1881, at Falls Church, Va. ; buried in PlainiieM Cem- 
etery, Wrentham, Mass. ; married 1st, Dec. 3, 1835, Mercy Shepard 
Daggett, daughter of Hon. Ebenezer and Sally (Maxcy) Daggett, 
b. Jan. 14, 1814, at Attleboro' ; died Nov. 23, 1843, at Boston, 
Mass. ; married 2d, Apr. 15, 1845, at Providence, R. I., Sarah 
Low Holden, daughter of Capt. Thomas Holden, of Warwick, R. 
I., born Aug. 22, 1816 ; died May 1, 1853, at Somerville, Mass. ; 
married 3d, Mar. 16, 1857, at Corinth, Vt., Mary Spear Clement, 
daughter of David Clement, b. Oct. 8, 1826, at Corinth, Vt. He 
was a dry goods merchant for nearly fifty years on Hanover street, 
Boston. 

Children : 

i. Ellen Louisa, 8 b. Aug. 31, 1836 ; liviug, 1897. 
ii. Edward Maxcy, b. Aug. 4, 1838 ; d. Sept. 3, 1845. 
hi. Charles Ebenezer, b. July 27, 1840; d. Sept. 20, 1840. 

516. iv. Silas Shepard, b. Oct. 27, 1841. 

Children of second wife : 

v. Manton, b. Jan. 25, 1846; d. Apr. 16, 1863, at Berwick 
City Hospital, Va. He served in the Civil war as pri- 
vate in company K, 38th regiment Mass. Vols, 
vi. Walter Daggett, b. Aug. 31, 1848 ; d. in California. 
vii. Sarah Holden, b. Nov. 23, 1850; m. June—, 1883, Dr. 

W. R. Hayden. Res., 1897, Bedford Springs, Mass. 
viii. Abby Frances, b. Apr. 21, 1853; living, 1897. 

Children of third wife : 

ix. Charles Clement, b. May 9, 1858; d. Jan. 12, 1887; m. 

May 15, 1884, Orissa Abbott, b. Aug. 2, 1862, at Ossipee, 

N. H. 
x. Frank, b. May 10, 1860; d. Aug. 22, 1862. 
xi. Arthur Herbert, b. Mar. 24, 1864; d. Jan. 15, 1891, at 

Lyme, N. H. 
xii. Ernest, b. June 3, 1869; d. Jan. 7, 1873. 



Seventh Generation. -J.') 6 



359 
Horace 7 Everett {Jesse, 6 William, 5 Joshua* Richard? John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born Sept. 14, 1817, at Albany, N. Y. ; married Dec. 

26, 1844, Eve Maria Brinckerhoff, daughter of John and Gertrude 
(Schuyler) Brinckerhoff, of Albany. He was a manufacturer of 
tin ware at Philadelphia for many years, and resided there, 1899. 

Child: 

i. Edward Parker, 8 b. Sept. 29, 1845; d. Mar. 5, 1840. 

360 

Jacob Warren 7 Everett (Jacob, 6 Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah* Rich- 
ard? John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Nov. 15, 1804, at Halifax, Vt. : died 
Apr. 26, 1852, at Springfield, Mass. ; married Dec. 2, 1832, at 
Halifax, Hannah Breed Dennison. 

Children, born at Halifax : 

i. Rhoda Angeline, 8 b. Mar. 19, 1834; m. Aug. 19, 1863, at 
Chicago, 111., Elan G. Clark, who d. Apr. 27, 1888, at 
Chicago, 
ii. Charles Warren, b. Apr. 2, 1838; d. Nov. 21, 1861. lie 
served in the Civil war as first sergeant of battery B, 
1st regiment of light artillery, 111. Vols., and died of a 
wound received Nov. 7, 1861, at the battle of Belmont, 
Mo. 
517. iii. Frank Dennison, b. Dec. 6, 1839. 

361 
Rev. Joel Sumner 7 Everett (Jacob, 6 Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah,* 
Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 28, 1813, at Halifax, Vt. ; 
died Mar. 8, 1856, at Bebek, Turkey; married Feb. 12, 18b".. 
Seraphina Haynes, daughter of Dea. Henry Haynes, of South- 
bridge, Mass., born Dec. 29, 1823, at Monson, Mass. ; died Dec. 

27, 1854, at Constantinople, Turkey. 

He was fitted for college at Manchester, N. 11., and West Brat- 
tleboro', Vt. ; was graduated at Amherst College, 1840, and at 
Andover Theological School, 1844; ordained to the ministry at 
Southbridge, Mass., February, 1845, and sent by the American 
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions to Smyrna, Asia 
Minor, 1845-47, and to Constantinople, Turkey, 1847-56. For a 



2oti Descendants of Richard Everett. 



more extended account of his career, see « The Missionary Sisters," 
by Mrs M. G. Benjamin, published by the American Tract So- 
ciety, 1860. 

Children, born at Constantinople : 

i. Mary Seraphina, 8 b. Mar. 11, 1847; d. Sept. 2, 1848. 

518 £ \ ° r * IeMn£ \ b - T Se Pt- 16 > 1«48 ; m. Alonzo S. KimbaU. 
018. m. Sumner Haynes, b. June 3, 1850 

iv. Felicia, b. Dec. 24, 1851 ; d. Dec. 24, 1851. 
v. Susan Maria, b. Feb. 18, 1853; m. Jan. 3, 1876, Stephen 
Holmes Larned, son of Thomas Morris and Lucy 
(Holmes) Larned, b. at Dudley, Mass. Res, 1877, 
W orcester, Mass. 
vi. Elizabeth Marsh b Nov. 6, 1854; adopted by her uncle 
and aunt, Abel W. and Elizabeth T. Reed, Apr. 1, 1858 
and her name changed to Elizabeth Marsh Reed; m.' 
George L. Brownell. 

362 

SusanT Everett (Jacob* Jeremiah? Jeremiah* Richard? John? 
*"W) born Sept. 26, 1820, at Halifax, Vt. ; died Oct. 7, 
1900, at Williamstown, Mass.; married May 4, 1843, at Wilming- 
ton, Vt., Obed Hall, son of Lotan Hall, born Aug. 12, 1821 at 
Halifax; died Oct. 27, 1898, at Montpelier, Vt. 

Mr. Hall was a resident at Stamford, Vt., for more than fifty 
years ; held many public offices, and was prominent in county 
affairs. At the time of his death he was representing his town in 
the State Legislature. 

Children (Hall) : 

L ^nT F E T 6tt ' 8 b ^' 6 ' 1846 5 m - A P r - 2 ' 1874 > C ^ro- 
™? ** Bean. Chddren: 1. Damon Everett? b. Dec. 

.. 6, 1875. 2. Elizabeth Mabel, b. Jan. 5, 1883. 

u. Mary Adeha b. July 7, 1849; m. June 3, 1896, Rev. Fay- 
ette Nichols. J 

363 

Samuel Fish" Everett (Jacob? Jeremiah? Jeremiah? Richard? 
John?mchard^ born Dec. 18, 1822, at Halifax, Vt. ; married 
Uec 1, 1850, at Lawrence, Mass., Harriet Crum Sweet, daughter 
of Edward and Sylvia (Crum) Sweet, born Mar. 27, 1825 at 



Seventh Generation. 257 



Bristol, Vt. He was a machinist, living in Lawrence ; later re- 
moved to Rochester, N. Y., and about 1856, went to Onarga, 111., 
where he was living in 1893, a farmer and stock-raiser. 
Children, iii-v born at Onarga : 

i. Sylvia Jane, 8 b. Sept. 6, 1852, at Lawrence ; d. Oct. 18, 1857. 
ii. Carrie P., b. Nov. 24, 1855, at Rochester; m. Mar. 11, 
1880, at Onarga, John Hobbis, of Piper City, 111. Res., 
1893, Pa^e, N. D. 
hi. Edward S., b. Oct. 24, 1860. 
iv. Charles W., b. Dec. 6, 1862. 
v. Harriet C, b. June 24, 1865. 

364 

John Dwight" Everett (Jacob? Jeremiah? Jeremiah? Rich- 
ard? John? Richard 1 }, born Jan. 6, 1827, at Halifax, Vt. ; m. Jan. 
10, 1849, at South Deerfield, Mass., Lucy Ann Smith. He was a 
farmer, at Halifax, until 1855, when he moved to South Deerfield, 
where he was living in 1893. 

Children, i-ii born at Halifax, iii at South Deerfield : 

519. i. Charles Dwight, 8 b. Nov. 11, 1849. 

ii. Ann Maria, b. Nov. 6, 1852 ; d. Oct. 6, 1877, at South 
Deerfield; m. Mar. 11, 1874, at South Deerfield, Charles 
E. Stebbins. 
iii. Nettie May, b. July 22, 1867 ; d. June 29, 1889. 

365 

William 7 Everett (Samuel? Jeremiah? Jeremiah? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 }, born Jan. 18, 1819, near Pomeroy, Meigs county, 
Ohio ; died Dec. 1, 1885, near Marion, Marion county, Ohio ; mar- 
ried Nov. 14, 1844, at Marion, Electa Louisa Lewis, daughter of 
Kenyon Lewis, born Apr. 22, 1823, in Genesee county, N. Y. He 
was a farmer and lived in Marion county. 

Children, born in Marion county : 

i. Princess M., 8 b. Oct. 19, 1845; d. Feb. 20, 1894, at Marion; 
m. Nov. 26, 1867, at Marion, W. E. Davis, son of Nehe- 
miah Davis, b. July 4, 1845, at Marion. 

ii. William Bebb, b. Aug. 6, 1847; m. Oct. 2, 1895, in Quaker 
City, Ohio, Mrs. Minnie (Moore) Crabb, dau. of Thomas 
Moore, b. Nov. 13, 1856, at Quaker City. Res., 1896, 
Marion. 



258 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

520. iii. G. Taylor, b. Mar. 10, 1849. 

521. iv. Millard Fillmore, b. Jan. 10, 1851. 

v. Leroy Randolph, b. Aug. 18, 1854; ra. Sept. 13, 1876, in 
Marion county, Laura P. Martin, dau. of Christopher 
Martin, b. May 18, 1854. 
vi. Samuel Franklin, b. June 20, 1859. Res., 1896, Marion 

county, 
vii. Edward T., b. Feb. 9, 1865. Res., 1896, Marion county. 



366 

Samuel Franklin 7 Everett (Samuel, 6 Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah* 
Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born Feb. 12, 1834, in Marion county, 
Ohio ; married June 4, 1872, in Mercer county, 111., Sarah E. 
McHard, daughter of William McHard, born Jan. 5, 1840, in 
Mercer county. He lived, 1896, at Galesburg, 111., where he has 
been supervisor. 

Children, born in Mercer county : 

522. i. Ralph W., 8 b. Aug. 14, 1873. 
ii. Rowena, b. Jan. 4, 1876. 

367 

Franklin 7 Everett (John? Jeremiah? Jeremiah? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 '), born May 30, 1825, in Oakland county, Mich.; 
died Jan. 29, 1887 ; married 1st, Oct. 23, 1854, Mary A. Warren, 
born in Madison county, N. Y. ; died July 5, 1873 ; married 2d, Apr. 
8, 1874, at Sharon, Mich., Mary E. Fairchild, daughter of Stephen 
and Ann Fairchild, born Feb. 27, 1838, in Niagara county, N. Y. ; 
living, 1893, with her children, in Ypsilanti, Mich. He was a 
farmer and a justice of the peace, and lived fifty-three years at 
Sharon, Washtenaw county, Mich. 

Children : 

i. Franklin, 8 b. ; d. July 5, 1873. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. John Phelps, b. Mar. 28, 1876. 
iii. Henry Luther, b. Jan. 3, 1877. 
iv. Clara Louise, b. Jan. 3, 1877. 



Seventh Generation. 259 



368 

Jay 7 Everett (John, 6 Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah, 4 Richard, 3 John, 2 
lichard 1 *), born Oct. 2, 1827, in Washtenaw county, Mich. ; mar- 
ied Sept. 25, 1850, at Freedom, Mich., Susan Ann Smith, daughter 
f Henry and Wealthy (Foster) Smith, born Nov. 21, 1828, at 
tochester, N. Y. He has been engaged in the commission busi- 
Less, in mining and in farming ; has lived in California, Sharon, 
Inn Arbor and Chelsea, Mich. ; he has been highway commis- 
ioner, supervisor, justice and notary public. They celebrated 
heir golden wedding, Sept. 25, 1900, at their home at Chelsea. 

Children, i-ii born in California, iii-iv in Michigan : 

523. i. Howard, 3 b. Oct. 1, 1854. 

ii. Carrie, b. Mar. 8, 1856; m. Aug. 17, 1880, Dr. Frantz H. 
Coe. Res., 1893, Seattle, Wash. 

524. iii. Henry Phelps, b. Feb. 28, 1858. 

iv. Helen, b. Nov. 12, 1859 ; m. Mar. 24, 1886, Gilbert H. Gay. 

Res., 1893, Stockbridge, Mich, 
v. John Jay, b. Aug. 25, 1861 ; d. April 23, 1862. 
vi. Jessie, b. Oct, 9," 1863. Res., 1893, Chelsea. 
vii. Irene, b. July 24, 1865; m. June 12, 1891, Romain C. 

Tenner. Res., 1893, Marlette, Mich, 
viii. Frederick, b. Dec. 23, 1867. Res., 1900, Seattle. 

369 

John 7 Everett (John, 6 Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah, 4 Richard, 3 John 2 
lichard 1 ), born Feb. 2, 1831, at Ann Arbor, Mich. ; married Mar. 
, 1855, at Sylvan Centre, Mich., Sarah A. Spencer, daughter of 
£. Spencer, born at Lodi township, Washtenaw county, Mich. He 
esided, 1893, at Gardner, Kan., where he was a farmer and stock 
aiser. 

Children : 

i. Sumner J., 8 b. Oct. 5, 1856; d. Dec. — , 1856. 
ii. Addie, b. Apr. 2, 1858 ; m. Nov. 2, 1882, Harrington Fruit. 

525. iii. John Phelps, b. Mar. 25, 1861. 

iv. Grant, b. Feb. 18, 1864; d. Feb. 18, 1864. 
v. Lillie, b. Sept. 15, 1866; m. Nov. — , 1884, Dr. C. C. 

Jordan, 
vi. Emma P., b. Aug. 7, 1868 ; d. Oct. — , 1868. 



260 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

vii. H. Julia, b. Feb. 7, 1871; m. Dec. 7, 1892, James DeGar. 
viii. Henrie L., b. Apr. 24, 1873. 
ix. Maude G., b. Jan. 16, 1875. 

370 

Brainard 7 Everett (Jonas, 6 John, 5 Jeremiah* Richard? John, 2 
Richard 1 }, born Mar. 15, 1807, at Watertown, N. Y. ; married Jan. 
17, 1831, at Orleans, N. Y., Flavilla Britton. He was a farmer, 
and in 1861 was living at Orleans. 

Children, i-iii and vi-vii born at Orleans, iv-v at Lyme, N. Y. : 

526. i. Franklin B., 8 b. Dec. 2, 1831. 

ii. Mary, b. Oct. 1, 1834; d. Oct. 27, 1860; m. July 4, 1856, 

A. Judson Marshall, 
hi. Jonas B., b. May 20, 1836; m. July 4, 1861, at Sparta, 

Sarah Bidleman. Res., 1861, near Grand Rapids, Mich., 

where he was a teacher, 
iv. Eliza M., b. May 14, 1838; m. May 10, 1860, at Orleans, 

Richard A. Irvin. Res., 1861, Clayton, N. Y., where he 

was a teacher, 
v. William H. H., b. Apr. 4, 1841. 
vi. Sarah E., b. Dec. 2, 1842. 
vii. Emma J., b. Aug. 5, 1844. 

371 

Dennis 7 Everett (Sylvester, 6 Samuel, 5 Jeremiah* Richard, 3 
John? Richard 1 ), born June — , 1810, at Walpole, Mass.; died 

Feb. 21, 1882, at Attleboro, Mass. ; married , Fanny Drayton, 

daughter of Joseph and Melinda Drayton, born Sept. — , 1822, at 
Canton, Mass. ; died Feb. 12, 1895, at Providence, R. I. He was, 
in 1831, one of the early manufacturers of jewelry at South Attle- 
boro' and afterwards at North Attleboro'. 

Child, born at Attleboro' : 

i. Adelia Waity, 8 b. July 21, 1849; d. , 1898, at Provi- 
dence ; m. Edward Darling. 

372 
Richard Louis Ferdinand 7 Everett (Richard, 6 Samuel, 5 
Jeremiah* Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 26, 1833, at 
Providence, R. I. ; married Dec. 30, 1863, at New York City, 



/Seventh Generation. 261 



\lice Eager, daughter of Thomas and Sarah J. Eager, born at 
Washingtonville, N. Y. He was a manufacturing jeweller at 
tforth Attleboro', Mass., until 1857, when he moved to New York 
}ity. In 1873, he organized the firm of Bliss Bros, and Everett, 
vith a factory at Attleboro', and had charge of the New York 
)ffice until he retired from the firm. 
Children : 

i. Richard, 8 b. Jan. 9, 1869; m. , 1890, at New York 

City, Sadie Leslie, who d. Apr. 1, 1891. 
ii. Ernest Cameron, b. Oct. 9, 1874. 

373 

Elbridge Gerry 7 Everett ( Otis, 6 Penuel? Jeremiah,* Richard? 
John? Richard 1 ), born , 1816, at New London, N. H. ; mar- 
ked , 1813, at Albany, N. Y., Sarah I. Cole, of Albany. 

Children : 

i. Edward J., 8 b. , 1845, at Albany; m. , 1867, at 

Deerfield, Mass., Susan Hawks. While a student at 
Williams College, he enlisted as private in 7th squadron, 
company B, R. I. Vol. cavalry. 

ii. Charles O., b. , 1847, at Albany. 

iii. Mary E., b. , 1851 ; d. , 1851, at Brattleboro, Vt. 

iv. Frederick G., b. , 1858, at Greenfield, Mass. 

374 

Otis Hamilton 7 Everett ( Otis, 6 Penuel? Jeremiah? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 '), born Oct. 16, 1832, at New London, N. H. ; 
married , 1855, Charlotte H. Giles, of Greenbush, N. Y. 

Children, i-iii born at Watervliet, N. Y., iv at Albany : 

i. Frank O., 8 b. , 1856. 

ii. William G, b. , 1858. 

iii. George B., b. , 1860. 

iv. Charles H., b. , 1864. 

375 
John H. 7 Everett (Leonard? Penuel? Jeremiah* Richard? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Sept. 7, 1841, at Corinth, Me.; married 
Apr. 21, 1870, at Kenduskeag, Me., Florence Atwood. He en- 



262 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

listed July 24, 1862, as a private in company H, 16th regiment, 
Me. Vols. ; was wounded at Fredericksburg, Dec. 13, 1862, and 
discharged June 27, 1865. He was living, 1892, at Kenduskeag, 
where he was postmaster. 
Child : 

i. Fannie Rowe, 8 b. Apr. 28, 1871, at Kenduskeag. 



376 

Lyman 7 Everett (Lyman? Penuel? Jeremiah* Richard? John? 

Richard 1 }, born Nov. 10, 1838, at Lahave, N. S. ; married , 

Amanda Rines. 

Children : 

i. Arthur, 8 b. Feb. 23, 1867. 
ii. Herbert, b. Nov. 10, 1868. 

377 

Elkanah Philip 7 Everett (Dexter? Levi? Jeremiah? Rich- 
ard? John? Richard 1 '), born Apr. 11, 1820, at Grafton, N. H. ; 
married 1st, Apr. 8, 1841, at New London, N. H., Martha G. Col- 
lins, daughter of Joseph and Phebe Collins, b. Feb. 22, 1820, at 
Salisbury, N. H. ; married 2d, Apr. 6, 1852, at New Hampton, N. 
H., Mary Ann Wallis, daughter of Levi and Olive (Quimby) 
Wallis, born Mar. 6, 1828, at Sanborn ton, N. H. A mechanic at 
Hill and Concord, N. H. 

Children, born at Hill : 

i. Abby M., 8 b. Aug. 10, 1845. 

ii. Joseph D., b. Aug. 29, 1848. 

iii. J. Edwards, b. Jan. 28, 1850 ; d. Apr. 27, 1893, at Laconia, 
N. H. ; m. at Fisherville, N. H., Effie R. Hardy, dau. of 
Robert and Elizabeth (Ordway) Hardy. 

Children of second wife : 

iv. Levi W., b. June 24, 1853. 

v. Frank M., b. Dec. 27, 1854; m. Dec. 25, 1876, Eva R. 
Chick, dau. of Thomas C. and Nancy J. (Quimby) 
Chick, b. Sept. 12, 1855. Res., 1897, at Laconia, N. H. 



Seventh Generation. 26o 



378 

Moses Plngree 7 Everett (Dexter, 6 Levi, 6 Jeremiah* Richard? 
John,' 1 Richard 1 '), born June 1, 1823, at New London, N. H. ; mar- 
ried Dec. 20, 1854, at Lyndon, Vt., Judith Magoun, daughter of 
Edward P. Magoun, born Oct. 19, 1839, at Burke, Vt. He re- 
sided, 1893, at Lyndon. 

Children, born at Lyndon : 

i. Jennie Victoria, 8 b. July 5, 1866. 
ii. Martin Van Bnren, b. Mar. 81, 1869. 

379 

David E. 7 Everett (Dexter, 6 Levi, 5 Jeremiah* Richard, 5 John? 
Richard 1 ), born Oct. 25, 1825, at New London, N. H. ; married 
June 1, 1818, at Franklin, N. H., Harriet R. Davis, daughter of 
Rev. Richard Davis, born June 10, 1825, at Locke, N. Y. 

He has lived at Hill, Bristol, and Concord, N. H., where he and 
his wife celebrated their golden wedding. He was town clerk of 
Bristol for five years. He enlisted, Aug. 20, 1862, as a private, 
and was mustered, Sept. 8, 1862, as first lieutenant, company D, 
12th regiment N. H. Vols. He was discharged Jan. 25, 1863, for 
disability. He has, since the war, held the rank of captain in the 
New Hampshire militia. 

Children : 

527. i. DeVolney, 8 b. July 81, 1850, at Hill. 

ii. DeWitt Clinton, b. Apr. 17, 1854, at Bristol; m. Oct. 15, 
1878, at Concord, Martha J. Bailey, dau. of Ezekiel 
Bailey, b. Sept. 16, 1851, at Warwick, P. Q. Res., 1897, 
Concord, N. H. 

380 
Jonathan Gay 7 Everett (Milton 6 Levi? Jeremiah? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 28, 1817, at Springfield, N. 11.; died 
Mar. 3, 1877, at New London, N. H. ; married 1st, about 1841, at 
New London, Mary Ann Harvey, daughter of Levi and Polly Har- 
vey, born Feb. — , 1819, at New London; died there Jan. 12, 

1872; married 2d, , Sarah L. . He was a carpenter and 

lived at New London. 



264 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Child, born at New London : 

528. i. Charles A., 8 b. Oct. 31, 1844. 

381 

Harrison 7 Everett (Milton? Levi? Jeremiah? Richard? John? 
Richard}}, born Mar. 30, 1825, at New London, N. H. ; married 
Oct. 28, 1847, Elizabeth F. Clark, daughter of Robert W. Clark, 
born Dec. 23, 1827, at Orwell, Vt. They reside at Sioux City, la. 

Children : 

i. Julia F., 8 b. June 29, 1853; m. Feb. 3, 1873, George T. 

Hope, 
ii. Robert H., b. Mar. 7, 1856; m. Dec. 22, 1875, Mary 

Booth, 
hi. Milton M., b. Feb. 2, 1870 ; m. Apr. — , 1892, Nora Wyatt. 

382 

Benjamin Gay 7 Everett (Milton? Levi? Jeremiah? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 '), born Dec. 3, 1834, at Springfield, N. H. ; married 
Aug. 9, 1873, at New London, N. H., Mrs. Sarah E. Crafts, daugh- 
ter of Greene Johnson, born Mar. 16, 1844, at Henniker, N. H. 
They reside, 1902, at Elkins, N. H. 

Children : 

i. Frederick Elwin, 8 b. Apr. 16, 1876; m. Sept. 12, 1900, 
Gertrude Eaton Lamson, dau. of Rufus William and Cy- 
rene Dam (Eaton) Lamson. Res., Somerville, Mass. 
ii. Mary Almedia, b. Apr. 17, 1880. 

383 

Major George Washington 7 Everett (Jonathan? Jonathan? 
Jonathan? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 28, 1819, at New 
London, N. H. ; died Aug. 27, 1863, at Cincinnati, O. ; married 
Oct. 30, 1849, Ellen Frances Lane, daughter of David and Hannah 
Lane, born Sept. 16, 1827, at Gloucester, Mass.; died Dec. 16, 
1888, at Danvers, Mass. 

He attended school at New London, read law there in the office 
of Walter P. Flanders, and was admitted to the bar in 1847. He 
was solicitor for Merrimac county and representative to the State 



Seventh Generation. 265 



legislature in 1852 and 1856. He was commissioned major of the 
9th regiment N. II. Vols., Aug. 26, 1862, taken sick as his regi- 
ment was ascending the Mississippi river and died at Cincinnati 
on his way home on furlough. For a more extended account of 
him, see the 1865 Report of the Adjutant General of Now Hamp- 
shire, and "Bench and Bar of New Hampshire" by C. II. Bell. 
Children, born at New London : 

i. Bertha Ada, 8 b. Apr. 4, 1851 ; d. Oct. 7, 1868. 

529. ii. George Washington, b. Nov. 22, 1853. 

iii. Mary Lane, b. Sept. 30, 1855; d. Sept. 20, 1893, at Rock- 
port, Mass.; m. July 23, 1881, at Rockport, Daniel 
Mahoney, son of Patrick and Julia (O'Neil) Mahoney, 
b. June 12, 1854, at Rowley. Children (Mahoney) : 

1. Daniel Amos* b. Jan. 7, 1884. 

2. George Everett, b. Jan. 31, 1885. 

3. Ruth Ellen, b. Nov. 25, 1887. 

iv. Ellen Frances, b. Apr. 6, 1858; living, 1899, at Danvers, 
Mass.; m. Oct. 27, 1892, at Danvers, George Morris 
Peabody, son of Jeremiah Flint and Betsey (Wilkins) 
Peabody, b. July 2, 1854, at Danvers. Children (Pea- 
body) : 

1. George Morris, 9 b. Aug. 19, 1893. 

2. Charles Alden, b. Sept. 28, 1897. 

530. v. Jonathan Robert, b. Nov. 6, 1861. 

384 

Abial Burpee 7 Everett (Jonathan, 6 Jonathan, 6 Jonathan,* 
Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 4, 1824, at New London, 
N. II.; married Oct. 24, 1848, at Chelmsford, Mass., Harriet E. 
Spaulding, daughter of Isaiah and Martha (Byam) Spa aiding, born 
July 5, 1826, at Chelmsford. He was a farmer at New London 
and Chelmsford. 

Children, born at New London : 

531. i. Frank S., 8 b. May 28, 1853. 

ii. Mary E., b. Jan. 1, 1862; d. Aug. 20, 1874. 
iii. Edward L., b. June 28, 1865; d. Oct. 11, 18C.:>. 

3S5 
Daniel Ronaldo 7 Everett (Daniel, 6 Jonathan* Jonathan, 4 
Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 26, 1827, at New London, 
N. H.; died Feb. 5, 1889; married July 2, 1854, at Salisbury, N. 



266 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



H., Harriet Amanda Calef, born July 4, 1829, at Salisbury; living, 
1893, at New York City. He was a dry goods merchant at Salis- 
bury and Henniker, N. H. 
Children : 

i. Charles Edward, 8 b. . 

ii. Rums Clement, b. 



iii. Martha Gale, b. ; m. Sept. 29, 1881, at Henniker, 

Henry Armstrong, of Boston, Mass. 
iv. Mary Clement, b. . 



386 

David B. v Everett (David Mann, 6 Pelatiah, 5 Jonathan, 4 Rich- 
ard* John, 2 Richard 1 ), born July 16, 1826, at South Thomaston, 
Me. ; married June 21, 1850, at New York City, Clementine C. 
Fales, daughter of George and Mary Fales, born Sept. 13, 1828, at 
Thomaston. 

He lived at South Thomaston, until Apr., 1859, when he moved 
to Brooklyn, N. Y., and from there, Nov., 1868, to Pearl River, 
Rockland county, N. Y., where he was living in 1897. He was a 
sea captain, but for many years has been a master stevedore, at the 
head of the firm of D. B. Everett & Co., of New York City. 

Children, i-iii born at South Thomaston, iv, v at Brooklyn : 

i. Mary C., 8 b. Mar. 23, 1852; m. Mar. 1, 1873, at Spring 

Valley, N. Y., Dr. A. O. Bogert. 
ii. Emily F., b. Nov. 20, 1855; d. Mar. 28, 1893; m. May 1, 

1878, at Pearl River, John Cordecker, who d. Mar. 18, 

1883. 
iii. Francis E., b. Jan. 1, 1859; d. June 26, 1861. 
iv. Sarah F., b. Mar. 27, 1862; m. Sept. 1, 1885, Ferdinand 

Rufner. 
v. Jennie R., b. Apr. 26, 1867 ; m. Oct. 8, 1889, Sylvester 

Hutton. 

387 

Samuel G. 7 Everett (David Mann, 6 Pelatiah, 5 Jonathan, 4 
Richard, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Nov. 3, 1828, at South Thomas- 
ton, Me. ; married Nov. 25, 1856, Susan E. Emery, daughter of 
John and Margaret Emery, born Oct. — , 1834. 



Seventh Generation, 267 



Children, born at South Thoniaston : 

i. Adrian C., 8 b. Feb. — , 1859. 
ii. Margaret Eveline, b. July 22, 1862. 
iii. George Samuel, b. Apr. 19, 1871. 
iv. Amelia Eveline, b. Jan. 22, 1877. 

388 

George Cutting 7 Everett (Pelatiah Mann, 6 Pelatiah, 5 Jona- 
than,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 17, 1813, at Fitz- 
william, N. H. ; died there Sept. 28, 1860 ; married May 15, 
1838, Frances Maria Thompson, daughter of Ezekiel and Paulina 
(Applin) Thompson, born May 25, 1821, at Swanzey, N. H. She 
married second, Jan. 16, 1873, Col. Nelson Converse, of Marlboro', 
N. H. They lived at Fitzwilliam. 

Children, born at Fitzwilliam : 

i. Mary Elizabeth, 8 b. Dec. 27, 1844; m. Nov. 27, 1861, 
Daniel French Bowkei", son of Elijah and Dorothy 
(Crombie) Bowker, b. Aug. 31, 1841. Res., 1888, 
Keene, N. H. 

ii. Abbie Sophia, b. June 4, 1848; m. Mar. 3, 1869, Thomas 
S. Whitney, son of Zackariak and Hepsibeth (Smith) 
Whitney, b. Apr. 21, 1844, at Peru, Vt. Res., 1888, 
Rindge, N. II. 

iii. George Frank, b. May 20, 1850 ; d. Nov. 22, 1850. 

iv. Edith Maria, b. Aug. 2, 1851 ; d. Jan. 19, 1852. 

v. Frank Leslie, b. Apr. 30, 1855; d. July 17, 1857. 

vi. Edward Lincoln, b. May 9, 1860; d. June 23, 1863. 

389 

Lorenzo Carter 7 Everett (Pelatiah Mann? Pelatiah, 6 Jona- 
than* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Mar. 23, 1818, at Fitz- 
william, N. H. ; died Nov. 16, 1870, probably at Troy, N. V. : 
married Apr. 16, 1841, Cynthia Allen, daughter of John J. and 
Cynthia (Amadon) Allen, born Mar. 3, 1823. She married second, 
Oct. 24, 1882, Joseph Bowman, of Troy, N. Y. 

Children, i-ii born at Fitzwilliam, iii at Troy: 

i. Edgar Herbert Lorenzo, s b. Aug. 26, 1846; d. Aug. 29, 
1847. 
532. ii. Edgar Lorenzo, b. Aug. 11, 1848. 

iii. Henrv Allen Gilbert, b. Apr. 29, 1860. 



268 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

390 

William Henry 7 Everett (Pelatiah Mann? Pelatiah? Jona- 
than? Richard? Jolm? Richard 1 }, bom Sept. 3, 1824, at Fitzwilliarn, 
N. H. ; married 1st, May 11, 1847, Caroline Augusta Wales, daugh- 
ter of Jacob and Sylvia A. Wales, born Aug. 7, 1825 ; married 2d, 
Caroline Ruth Sherwood, daughter of John and Jane (Harris) 
Sherwood, of Wilmington, Del., who died Dec. 30, 1885. He 
lived at Fitzwilliarn and Wilmington. 

Children : 

i. William Henry, 8 b. Dec. 4, 1849 ; m. Margaret Gilleu, of 

Wilmington, 
ii. Caroline Alfaretta, b. Apr. 14, 1855; m. George Ricords, 

of Wilmington. 

391 

Albert M. 7 Everett (Joel? Pelatiah? Jonathan? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 }, b. Nov. 16, 1830, at Wrentham, Mass. ; married 
1st, Nov. 25, 1855, at Bridgewater, Mass., Nancy P. Wyatt, 
daughter of Robert and Lydia Wyatt, born Aug. 5, 1831, at Bris- 
tol, R. I. ; died Dec. 26, 1872, at Attleboro', Mass. ; married 2d, 
Oct. 14, 1874, at Attleboro', Sarah Jane Steele, daughter of Henry 
and Sarah Steele, born about 1841, at Lowell, Mass. He early 
lived at Wrentham, but for more than forty years has lived at 
Attleboro', where, in 1877, he was a selectman. 

Children, born at Attleboro' : 

i. Caroline A., 8 b. Sept. 5, 1856; d. Mar. 21, 1884; m. May 
29, 1873, at Attleboro', Horace B. Shaw, son of William 
P. and Susan E. Shaw. 

ii. William Henry, b. July 11, 1860; in 1895, he was a part- 
ner in the firm of W. P. Marble & Co., art novelties, 
Boston, Mass., with a residence at Medfield. 

Children of second wife : 

iii. Florence Adelaide, b. Mar. 18, 1878. 
iv. Chester S., b. Dec. 9, 1881. 

392 
Albert 7 Everett (Leonard F.? Pelatiah? Jonathan? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 }, born Mar. 25, 1840, at Sutton, Mass.; married 



Seventh Generation. 269 



June 12, 1870, at West Boylston, Mass., Fannie Reid, daughter of 
Thomas Reid, of Clinton, Mass. During the Civil war he served 
in company H, 15th Mass. infantry, as corporal. He was engaged 
in the battles of Ball's Bluff, Fair Oaks, Antietam, Fredericksburg, 
second Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and many minor engagements. 
At Ball's Bluff he was slightly wounded, and more severely at 
Gettysburg in the onset of Pickett's charge. He volunteered twice 
for extra-hazardous duty, for which he received promotion at the 
second battle of Fredericksburg. He has resided at West Boyls- 
ton, North Brookfield, and Worcester, Mass. 

Children, i-ii born at North Brookfield, iii at Worcester : 

i. Jennie Augusta, 8 b. Sept. 16, 1871 ; d. young. 
ii. Frances Isabelle, b. Aug. 24, 1874. Res., Worcester, 
iii. Albert Leonard, b. Dec. 4, 1884; d. young. 

393 

Susan Augusta 7 Everett (Leonard F., e Pelatiah? Jonathan, 11 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ^, born Mar. 18, 1842, at Sutton, Mass. ; 
married Feb. 7, 1864, at Sutton, Franklin Sargent, son of Thomas 
and Clarissa (Holbrook) Sargent. He enlisted in company E, 
21st regiment Mass. infantry, and served more than four years 
in the Civil war; he was engaged in the battles of Roanoke 
Island, Chantilly and others ; was color-corporal, and twice severely 
wounded. 

Children (Sargent), i bom at Sutton, ii-v at West Boylston, 
vi-viii at Lancaster, Mass. : 

i. Mahlon Everett, 8 b. Mar. 17, 1865 ; d. Sept. 23, 1868. 
ii. Albert Edgar, b. Feb. 21, 1867 ; d. Dec. 1, 1S6,. 
iii. Irving Emerson, b. Oct. 11, 1868; m. Belle Winter, of 
Ingleside, Ga. Children, born at Atlanta, Ga. : 

1. Irving Winter* b. Nov. 10, 1899. 

2. Earle Augustus, b. Jan. 23, 1901. 

iv. Alice Frances, b. June 25, 1871: m. Aug. 11, 1897, John 
Lewis Prior, of Hornellsville, N. Y. 

v. Martha Augusta, b. Mar. 20, 1874. 

vi. Edgar Everett, b. June 9, 1876. 

vii. Jennie Vylena, b. Nov. 16, 1878. 

viii. Susie Elizabeth, b. May 29, 1881. 



270 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

394 

James Manning 7 Everett (Manning, 6 Timothy? Jonathan,* 
Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 20, 1809, at Wrentham, Mass. ; 
died Dec. 27, 1862, at Roxbury, Mass. ; married Apr. 29, 1839, at 
Boston, Mass., Sarah B. Brown, daughter of William and Amelia 
(Albertson) Brown, born Nov. 25, 1805, at Boston ; died Sept. 5, 
1896, at Somerville, Mass. He was a printer and resided at Cam- 
bridge and Roxbury. 

Children, born at Boston : 

i. James Harrison, 8 b. , 1841. Res., 1897, Somerville. 

ii. Sarah Amelia, b. May 23, 1 843. 

iii. Winthrop Irving, b. Nov. 25, 1850; d. Mar. 9, 1866, at 
Boston. 

395 

Preston French 7 Everett (Manning? Timothy? Jonathan? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Jan. 6, 1812, at Wrentham, Mass. : 
died Mar. 22, 1888, at Pawtucket, R. I. ; married May 4, 1836, at 
Pawtucket, Jerusha Allen Nichols, daughter of George and Mary 
Nichols, born Dec. 6, 1813, at Pawtucket; died there, Jan. 16, 
1898. 

Children, born at Pawtucket : 

i. Ellen Frances, 8 b. Sept. 3, 1840. Res., 1898, Pawtucket. 
ii. Albert Preston, b. Dec. 4, 1846. Res., 1898, Pawtucket. 

396 

Silas Kendrick 7 Everett (Nathaniel? Nathaniel? Israel? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Feb. 25, 1801, at Hanover, N. H. : 
married 1st, May 12, 1831, Sarah Holmes Goff, of Boston, Mass., 
who died Nov. 6, 1847 ; married 2d, July 14, 1853, Harriet Emily 
Jones, of New York City. He was a merchant at New York City 
from 1840 to 1860. 

Children, born at New York City : 

i. Edward Clarence, 8 b. Mar. 20, 1833 ; d. June 16, 1860. 

ii. Charles James, b. July 22, 1836. 
iii. Sarah Louisa, b. June 6, 1839; d. Aug. 17, 1860. 
iv. William Henry, b. Dec. 29, 1841. 

v. Silas Kendrick, b. Oct. 5, 1847; d. Apr. 19, 1848. 



Seventh Generation. 271 



Children of second wife : 

vi. Marian Jones, b. Mar. 28, 1854. 

vii. Silas Kendrick, b. Mar. 24, 1856. 

viii. Emily Augusta, b. Jan. 12, 1858. 



397 

Dea. Francis 7 Everett (John? Nathaniel? Israel? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 '), born July 16, 1803, at Lunenburg, Vt. ; died 

May 2, 1884, at Dedham, Mass. ; married , Mary Norcross 

Pratt, of Newton, Mass., daughter of Joseph and Lucy S. Pratt, 
born Aug. 8, 1813, at Waterford, Me. ; died Aug. 20, 1882, at 
Dedham. He bought land, with his father, at New London, N. 
H., in 1825, on which he resided till he removed to Dedham. 

Children : 

i. Robert Francis, 8 b. Oct. 29, 1839; sergeant in company K, 
31st regiment Mass. Inf. ; discharged for disability, Feb. 
17, 1865. 

ii. John Henry, b. Nov. 27, 1841 ; d. May 14, 1842. 

iii. Mary Coolidge, b. Feb. 19, 1843. 

iv. Henry Coolidge, b. Feb. 19, 1843; d. Jan. 19, 1865, at 
the Harwoocl hospital, "Washington, D. C. ; enlisted Aug. 
24, 1861, in company F, 18th regiment Mass. Inf.; re- 
enlisted Jan. — , 1864; transferred Oct. 21, 1864, to 
company D, 32d regiment Mass. Inf. 

v. Eliza Jane, b. Sept. 14, 1845, at Dedham ; m. Jan. 1, 1868, 
at Dedham, John Lowey, b. — , 1839, in Ireland. 

vi. Ellen Adeline, b. Jan. 20,*1849, at Dedham; d. there Nov. 
24, 1859. 

vii. Eva Augusta, b. Dec. 13, 1852. 



398 

Richard 7 Everett (Jesse? Nathaniel? Israel? Richard? John? 
Richard 1 ), born Mar. 26, 1804, at Hanover, N. H. : died Mar. 6, 
1880, at Fairlee, Vt. ; married Nov. 16, 1829, at Hanover. Sally 
Runnels, daughter of Joseph and Rebecca (Chesley) Runnels, 
born June 4, 1803, at New Durham, N. H. ; died Sept. 6, 1881. at 
Fairlee. He resided in Hanover and Lyme, N. H., and Fairlee 
and Bradford, Vt. 



z7z Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children : 

533. i. Joseph, 8 b. Nov. 16, 1833, at Hanover. 

ii. Lucy A., b. , 1837, at Fairlee ; m. Apr. 30, 1859, at 

Lowell, Mass., Henry K. Wilkins, son of Rufus and 
Mary J. Wilkins, b. at Lowell, , 1837. 

399 

William" Everett (Jesse, 6 Nathaniel? Israel? Richard? John? 

Richard 1 '), born , at Hanover, N. H. ; married Margaret D. 

Whiting, daughter of Edmund Whiting, born , 1823, at Rox- 

bu'ry, Mass. ; died Nov. 10, 1873. 

Children : 

i. Charles F., 8 b. about 1839, at Boston, Mass. ; m. Sept. 1, 
1862, at Hanover, Harriet A. Ward, dau. of Joseph G. 
and Anna (Tenney) Ward, 
ii. Cornelia W., b. about 1843 ; m. May 23, 1860, at Hanover, 
N. H., Lemuel D. Tenney, son of John and Tryphena 
Tenney. 

534. hi. William H., b. Feb. 23, 1844, at Hanover, N. H. 

400 

Samuel Rowley 7 Everett (Samuel? Nathaniel? Israel? Rich- 
ard? John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 8, 1805, at Canaan, N. H. ; died 
Apr. 5, 1849, at Hanover, N. H. ; married Dec. 1, 1829, at Han- 
over, Sabrina Smith, daughter of Louden and Esther Smith, born 
May 2, 1800, at Hanover; died there Mar. 2, 1878. 

Children, born at Hanover : 

i. Rosetta M., 8 b. Sept. 1, 1830; m. 1st, Feb. 27, 1854, at 
Hanover, Dr. G. W. Scott, b. at Greensboro', Vt. ; d. — , 
1864, at Corinth, Vt. ; m. 2d, Julv 18, 1878, at Sheffield, 

Vt., Hosea B. Garfield, b. at Glover, Vt. ; d. , 1888, 

at Sheffield. 

535. ii. Cyrus Franklin, b. Apr. 24, 1832. 

hi. Esther A., b. Apr. 7, 1837; d. May 26, 1867; m. Samuel 
Burt, of St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

401 
Nathaniel Hewes 7 Everett (Samuel? Nathaniel? Israel? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ) born Apr. 8, 1808 ; died July 31, 1870, 
at Swiftwater, N. H. ; married Apr. 26, 1840, Mary Johnson 



Seventh Generation. 273 



Stearns, daughter of Isaac Steams, born Nov. 27, 1813 ; died Jan. 
11, 1890, at Bradford, Vt. He lived in Lisbon, Lyman, and 
Swiftwater. 

Children, i-ii born at Lisbon, iii-iv at Lyman : 

i. Charles Franklin, 3 b. Apr. 25, 1841; d. Jan. 1, 1838, at 
Norwich, Conn. ; rn. 1st, May 28, 1863, at Littleton, N. 
H., Helen M. Bowman, b. Feb. — , 1842 ; d. Oct. 2, 
1877, at Littleton; m. 2d, Nov. 5, 1879, at Littleton, 
Isabel Noble, 
ii. Frederic Hewes, b. Nov. 1, 1844; d. Feb. 28, 1857, at 
Dalton, N. H. 

536. hi. Frank Hewes, b. May 24, 1851. 

537. iv. Edward Nathaniel, b. Sept. 14, 1855. 



402 

Moody Hewes 7 Everett (Samuel, 6 Nathaniel? Israel* Rich- 

a?'d, 3 John, 2 Riehai'd 1 ), born , 1812, at Dalton, N. H. ; died 

Jan. 26, 1865, at Dalton ; married Oct. 9, 1845, at Littleton, N. 
H., Sarah A. Steere, daughter of Russell and Sarah Steere, born 
May 23, 1827, at Littleton. He was a farmer, a shoemaker and a 
cooper, and lived at Littleton, Lyman and Dalton, N. H., Granby 
and Lunenburg, Vt. 

Children : 

i. Moody Hewes, 8 b. July 21, 1847; d. Apr. 23, 1895, at 
Lyndon, Vt. ; married Dec. 25, 1873, at St. Johnsbury, 
Vt., Lilla Clark, daughter of Joel Clark, born at Cabot, 
Vt. 
ii. Almena L., b. July 14, 1849; d. July 27, 1884; m. at Lit- 
tleton, James Bonett. 

hi. Eliza M., b. Feb. 9, 1851; m. June 7, 1868, Francis V. 
Hall, b. Oct. 15, 1844, at Lyman, N. II. Res., 1897, 
Lisbon, N. H. 

iv. Viola Rosette, b. Apr. 25, 1852; m. 2d, Feb. 19, 1878 r at 
Providence, R. I., James E. Purkis, son of Robert and 
Harriet Purkis. 
v. Ida E., b. June 23, 1857; m. Frank O. Nourse, b. Apr. 13, 
1852, at Littleton. 

vi. Alice E., b. July 30, 1860 ; m. Dec. 25, 1877, Charles Peck, 
b. Mar. 19, 1850, at Danville, Vt. 

vii. Phoebe J., b. Oct, 26, 1863; d. June 10, 1896. 



274 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

403 

Samuel" Everett (Ebenezer? Ebenezer, 5 Israel, 4 Richard, 2, John, 2 
Richard 1 }, born May 4, 1807, at Sedgwick, Me. ; married May 26, 
1842, at Milton, Mass., Martha Jones Stanley, born Apr. 17, 1810, 
at Milton ; died there May 31, 1892, in the house in which she was 
born and had always lived. He resided, 1896, at Milton. 

Children, born at Milton : 

i. N. Stanley, 8 b. Apr. 24, 1843 ; died Sept. 22, 1862; served 
in company A, 13th regiment, Mass. infantry. 

ii. Mary Webster, b. Sept. 9, 1845; m. June 5, 1873, Frederic 
M. Safford. Res., 1896, Milton. 

iii. S. Austin, b. Jan. 19, 1848; d. Oct. 19, 1877. 

404 

David H. 7 Everett (JEbenezer? Ebenezerf Israel, 4 Richard? 
John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Sept. 13, 1809, at Sedgwick, Me. ; died Oct. 
8, 1867, at Stockbridge, Vt. ; married May 27, 1832, at Bethel, 
Vt., Lydia Lyon, daughter of Roswell and Lydia Lyon, born Sept. 
7, 1813, at Stockbridge. He lived in Stockbridge, where he was 
selectman and overseer of the poor. He twice represented his 
town in the Vermont Legislature. 

Children, born at Stockbridge : 

538. i. Merrick, 8 b. Sept. 30, 1833. 

ii. Olive M., b. Apr. 29, 1849; m. Jan. 17, 1872, Eugene 
Chaffee, of Pittsford, Vt. 

405 

Benjamin H. 7 Everett (Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 6 Israel, 4 Richard, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 }, born June 21, 1825, at Stockbridge, Vt. ; married 
May 27, 1848, at East Weymouth, Mass., Rebecca C. Lawrence, 
daughter of Nathan and Elizabeth Lawrence, born about 1826, at 
Quincy, Mass. They resided, 1894, at East Weymouth. 

Child, born at East Weymouth : 

i. Charles Grey, 8 b. May 15, 1864; m. 1st, Feb. 2, 1884, at 
Hingham, Mass., Mary E. Leigh, dau. of Thomas and 

Ellen (Tinsley) Lei^h, b. , 1 866, at Coventry, Eng. ; 

d. Mar. 1, 1884, at Hingham; m. 2d, Nov. 23, 1887, 
Sarah M. Whitcomb, b. Feb. 7, 1868, at Scituate, Mass. 
In 1894 he was assistant keeper at Minot's light station. 



/Seventh Generation. 27-~> 



406 

Nathaniel Hill 7 Everett ( Willard, 6 William, 5 Israel, 4 Rich- 
ard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born July 5, 1827, at Dedham, Mass. ; died 
June 13, 1896, at Dorchester, Mass.; married Nov. 9, 1853, Lucy 

Ann Pond, daughter of Francis T. and Lucy Pond, born , 

1833, at Dedham; died Nov. 4, 1859, at Dedham. He lived at 
Dedham and Dorchester. 

Children, born at Dedham : 

i. Willard F., 8 b. July 27, 1856. 
ii. Charles T., b. Apr. 18, 1859; d. Mar. 24, 1878. 

407 

George 7 Everett (Leonard, 6 William, 5 Israel, 4 Richard, 3 John, 2 
Richard 1 ), born May 25, 1821, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died Feb. 1, 
1897, at Dorchester; married Dec. 2, 1846, Mary V. Glover, of 
Dorchester, daughter of Warren Glover, born Nov. 20, 1823 ; died 
Jan. 17, 1889. 

Children : 

i. Ellen Frances, 8 b. Aug. 25, 1847. 
ii. Mary Anna, b. Aug. 23, 1851 ; d. Apr. 15, 1852. 
hi. Emily, b. Aug. 11, 1854; d. Sept. 1, 1854. 
iv. Edith Warren, b. Jam 19, 1859; m. Sept. 22, 1880, H. 

Clifford Gallagher, of Milton, Mass. 
v. George Frederick, b. July 31, 1862. Res., Milton Lower 

Mills. 

408 

Leonard 7 Everett (Leonard, 6 William, 5 Israel, 4 Richard, 3 John 2 
Richard 1 ), born July 18, 1827, at Dorchester, Mass. ; died June 25, 
1861; married 1st, May 7, 1854, Maria B. Hunt, daughter oi 
Samuel and Maria B. Hunt, of Milton, Mass., born — , 1832 ; died 
Jan. 1, 1859; married 2d, Dec. 30, 1860, Mrs. Mary E. Bates, oi 
Sandwich, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Emma Maria, 8 b. Oct. 23, 1854. 
ii. William Ileury, b. July 17, 1857. 
iii. Abby, b. . 



276 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

409 

Isaac Colburn 7 Everett (Nathan? William? Israel? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 '), born Feb. 4, 1817, at Dedham, Mass. ; died May 
3, 1894, at Jamaica Plain, Mass. ; married Jan. 2, 1848, Matilda 
Judith Osgood, daughter of Timothy Osgood, born Sept. 14, 1824, 
at Francestown, N. H. ; died Mar. 5, 1891, at Dedham. He re- 
sided from 1848 to 1854, at South Boston, and from 1854 to 1894 
at Dedham. 

Children, i, iv-vi born at Dedham, ii, iii at South Boston : 

i. Abby M., 8 b. Nov. 15, 1848 ; d. Mar. 28, 1858. 

539. ii. Nathan B., b. Aug. 18, 1850. 

iii. Elizabeth Fisher, b. Nov. 22, 1852; m. Oct. 31, 1880, 
Charles Ansel Rand, son of James B. and Abigail Rand, 
b. June 11, 1843, at Greenland, N. H. Resided at Bos- 
ton from 1880 to 1889 ; since then at Roxbury. Child 
(Rand) : Edith Everett? born Oct. 4, 1881. 

540. iv. Frank Osgood, b. May 29, 1858. 

541. v. Amory Fisher, b. June 10, 1862. 

542. vi. Lyman Colburn, b. Feb. 25, 1867. 

410 

George Henry 7 Everett ( George? Aaron? Israel? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Sept. 5, 1831, at Boston, Mass. ; married 
1st, Jan. 26, 1853, at Boston, Eliza Jane Carsley, born at Gorham, 
Me. ; married 2d, Apr. 11, 1872, at Providence, R. I., Sarah F. 
Gray, daughter of Samuel and Sarah Gray, b. at Laconia, N. H. 
In 1896, he resided at Laconia, where, for a number of years, he 
was proprietor of Willard's Hotel. He was also sheriff of Belknap 
count} r for several years, and a judge of the police court. 

Child, born at Hingham, Mass. : 

i. Henry T., 8 b. Aug. 4, 1855 ; d. Aug. 22, 1855. 

411 

William Greenough 7 Everett (George? Aaron? Israel? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born July 10, 1837, at Boston, Mass. ; 
married Dec. 4, 1860, at Auburn, N. H., Mary Comfort Murry, 
daughter of Samuel Murry, b. July 16, 1839, at Chester, N. H. 
He has resided at Boston, Mass., Chester, N. H., Marlboro', Mass., 



Seventh Generation. 277 



and Manchester, N. H., where, in 1896, he was engaged in the fire 
insurance business as special agent and adjuster. He has served 
in both branches of the city council of Manchester, and as tax 
collector, deputy sheriff, and member of the New Hampshire legis- 
lature. 

Children, born at Manchester : 

i. Carrie Ruth, 8 b. Nov. 25, 1865. 
ii. Mary Edith, b. Jan. 8, 1871. 

412 

Aaron 7 Everett (George? Aaron, 5 Israel* Richard? John,' 1 
Richard 1 '), born Oct. 8, 1839, at Boston, Mass. ; died Apr. 1, 1876, 
at Methuen, Mass. ; married Dec. 13, 1866, Mary Ellen Marden, 
daughter of George and R. S. Marden, born Oct. 30, 1844, at 
Chester, N. H. ; died Oct. 14, 1875, at Methuen. He resided at 
Chester, Roxbury, and Methuen. He enlisted from Chester, in 
1861, as private in company E, 2d regiment, N. H. infantry, and 
was discharged for disability, Feb. 1, 1863, at Falmouth, Va. 

Children, born at Roxbury. 

i. Eugene Hart, 8 b. Apr. 19, 1869; m. May 20, 1891, at Clus- 
ter, Myra Florence Parker, dau. of Samuel S. and Mary 
N. (Wentworth) Parker, b. Oct. 18, 1867, at Chester. 
Res., Lawrence, Mass. 

ii. Russell Marden, b. July 12, 1870. 

iii. Raymond Lester, b. Jan. 27, 1875. 

413 
Alexander Hamilton 7 Everett (Abner? Aaron? Isrn>l? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born July 10, 1840, at Brighton, Mass. ; 

died Dec. 22, 1866, at Cambridge, Mass. ; married , Frances 

A. . He was a carver by trade, and resided at Cambridge. 

Child: 

i. Carrie Gertrude, 8 b. Oct. 29, 1866. 

414 
Richard Boardman 7 Everett ( Charles? David? Israel? Rich- 
ard? John? Richard 1 ) born Nov. 7, 1831, at Cambridge, Mass. ; 
died Aug. 3, 1871, at Dorchester, Mass.; married May 22, 1856, 
Lydia C. Coffin, daughter of Henry and Eliza Coffin, of Nantucket, 



278 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Mass., born Dec. 8, 1836, at Nantucket. He was in the mercan- 
tile business on Milk Street, Boston, from 1860 until his death. 
His widow resided at Boston in 1892. 
Children : 

543. i. Charles, 8 b. July 12, 1857. 

544. ii. Henry Coffin, b. July 22, 1859. 
iii. Ellen Mather, b. June 20, 1862. 
iv. Lydia Coffin, b. May 14, 1865. 

415 

Isaac 7 Everett (Joel? Isaac? Samuel? Isaac? Samuel? Rich- 
ard 1 ), born Nov. 27, 1812, at West Dedham, Mass. ; married 1st, 
1839, at Hampden, Me., Lucinda R. Ware, daughter of Eben 
Ware, born Dec. 18, 1821, at Orrington, Me. ; died there Mar. 3, 
1888 ; married 2d, Aug. 17, 1866, at Natick, Mass., Mrs. Susanna 
Paul, daughter of Paul and Keziah (Spear) Sawyer, born at Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Children, born at Hampden, Me. : 

i. Evelvn, 8 b. Apr. 1, 1841 ; d. Feb. 14, 1863. 
ii. Willard,b. July 11, 1842; d. Nov. 2, 1864. 
iii. Charles F., b. Feb. 15, 1846; d. Feb. 11, 1850. 

545. iv. Alvin T., b. Dec. 16, 1849. 

v. Frederick E., b. Mar. 3, 1851 ; d. Mar. 25, 1856. 

vi. Frederick A., b. Jan. 5, 1853; d. , 1856. 

vii. Caroline E., b. July 4, 1855; m. Aug. 15, 1872, at Bucks- 
port Centre, Me., Ira Jules. Res., 1893, Brewer, Me. 

416 

Elizabeth Tower 7 Everett (Joel? Isaac? Samuel? Isaac? 
Samuel? Richard 1 ), born July 31, 1815, at West Dedham, Mass. ; 
married June 2, 1844, Almond Hemenway Davis, born Apr. 9, 
1816, at Boston, Mass. ; died May 10, 1900. She resides at San 
Diego, Cal. 

Children (Davis) : 

i. Eleanor Frances, 8 b. Mar. 14, 1845; m. Oct. 11, 1877, Wil- 
liam Sumner Crosby, of South Boston, Mass. Res., Brook- 
line, Mass. Child (Crosby) : Sumner? b. Nov. 12, 1878, 
at South Boston ; m. Aug. 6, 1901, at Alameda, Cal., 
Idolene Snow Hooper, dau. of Charles Appleton Hooper. 

ii. Edward Everett, b. Jan. 29, 1849, at Boston. Res., Cali- 
fornia. 



Seventh Generation. •_'.'.» 



417 

William 7 Evehett (Joel? Isaac, 5 Samuel,* Isaac, 3 Samuel, 2 
Bichard 1 ), born Jan. 3, 1817, at West Dcdham, Mass.; died Oct. 
30, 1882, at West Medway, Mass. ; married 1st, Nov. 13, 1839, at 
Medway, Abigail D. Wiggin, born at South Berwick, Me. ; died 
Mar. 10, 1854, at Medway; married 2d, Jan. 3, 1855, at Franklin, 
Mass., Mary Park Blake, daughter of David P. and Polly Blake, 
born Jan. 14, 1825, at Franklin; died Sept. 3, 1856, at Medway; 
married 3d, Nov. 26, 1857, at Worcester, Mass., Betsey Goodale, 
daughter of Jason and Hannah Goodale, born about 1811, at West 
Boylston, Mass. 

Children : 

i. George L., 8 b. Aug. 21, 1840, at West Medway; enlisted 
Jan., 1861, in Capt. Benson's battery, U. S. light artil- 
lery; discharged Jan., 1864; enlisted Feb., 1864, in 
company B, 1st Mass. cavalry; appointed sergeant and 
promoted, Oct., 1864, second lieutenant 2d regiment, 
IT. S. colored cavalry; discharged Feb. 12, 186(5, at 
Brazos, Tex. 

ii. Mary F., b. Sept. 5, 1842; m. May 30, 1860, at Medway, 
Edwin A. Mann, son of James and Laura Mann, b. July 
30, 1831, at Medway. 
iii. Charles H., b. Nov. 18, 1844; d. May 25, 1865, at Med- 
way; enlisted Dec. 16, 1861, in company D, 5th batal- 
lion, R. I. infantry; discharged for disability May 29, 
1863; enlisted Dec. 7, 1863, in company II, 2d regi- 
ment, Mass. heavy artillery ; taken prisoner at Plymouth, 
N. C, Apr. 10, 1864; confined at Andersonville, Ga., 
until the middle of September; removed to Florence, 
S. C. ; exchanged and sent home, invalided, Mar. 1, 1 865. 

iv. Ellen A., b. July 6, 1847; m. May 5, 1870, at Natnk, 
Edward A. Belcher, son of Augustus II. and Zipthora 
G. (Bacon) Belcher, b. at Sudbury, Mass. 

v. Abby M., b. June 26, 1850, at West Medway; m. .lames 
Mott. 

vi. Willie W., b. Feb. 9, 1854; d. Jan. 11, 1879, at W i- 

socket, R. I. A soldier in the regular army of tin- 
United States. 

Child of second wife : 

vii. Erastus David, 1). July 26, 1856, al Wes1 .Medway; d. Oct. 
14, 1856. 



280 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

418 

Joel 7 Everett (Joel? Isaac? Samuel? Isaac? Samuel? Rich- 
ard 1 '), born Dec. 31, 1820, at West Dedham, Mass. ; died Nov. 
29, 1875, at South Hadley Falls, Mass.; married 1st, May 30, 
1814, at Medway, Mass., Julia A. Adams, daughter of Nathan 
and Roxana (Prouty) Adams, born Mar. 11, 1821, at Bellingham, 
Mass.; died Oct. 31, 1856; married 2d, May 13, 1857, at Rut- 
land, Vt., Hannah Johnson, daughter of John Johnson, born Aug. 
4, 1840, at Rutland. He resided at Medway, West Springfield 
and South Hadley Falls. In 1895, she was residing at Gardner, 
Mass., with her daughter, Mrs. Ray. 

Children : 

i. Emma, 8 b. ; m. Henry Griffin, of Chicopee, Mass. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. Willie V., b. May 8, 1858. Res., California. 

iii. Lillie L., b. Nov. 8, 1860 ; m. Jan. 6, 1886, at Winchendon, 
Mass., George H. Ray, of Gardner, Mass., son of Myron 
and Emeline A. Ray, b. Sept. 17, 1857, at Hoosick Falls, 

N.Y. 

419 

Samuel Harlow 7 Everett (Samuel? Samuel? Israel? Josiah? 
Israel? Richard 1 '), born Apr. 15, 1792, at Hartford, Conn. ; died 
Mar. 20, 1845, at Granville, Ohio; married , 1814, at Gran- 
ville, Ohio, Dency Warner, born , 1790, at Granville, Mass. ; 

died Oct. 5, 1852, at Granville, Ohio. He went with his parents 
from Granville, Mass., to Granville, Ohio, where he was a farmer 
and resided all his life on the family homestead. 

Children, born at Granville : 

i. Lodama, 8 b. Sept. 27, 1815; d. Dec. 5, 1893 ; m. Mar. 18, 
1838, William Freeman, b. Mar. 22, 1814. Res., 1894, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

546. ii. Horace Buttles, b. May 12, 1820. 

547. iii. Samuel Jarvis, b. Apr. 20, 1825. 

iv. Emily A., b. Aug. 3, ; d. Apr. 11, 1895, near Lud- 

ington, Mich.; m. Sept. 17, 1853, Andrew Edwards, b. 
at Granville. 

548. v. Jeremiah F., b. Oct. 15, 1831. 



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420 

Revel Gordon 7 Everett (Samuel, 6 Samuel, 5 Israel, 4 Josiah? 
Israel, 2 Richard 1 '), born May 23, 1794, at Hartford or Granby, 
Conn. ; died Mar. 22, 1880, at Hartford, Ohio ; married 1st, Aug. 
21, 1817, at Granville, Ohio, Sabra Rose, daughter of Hiram and 
Sabra (Cooley) Rose, born June 22, 1797, at Granville, Mass.; 
died Oct. 30, 1869, at Hartford, Ohio; married 2d, Apr. 7, 1870, 
Mrs. Cynthia Lavinia Graves, widow of Austin Graves, born Oct. 
8, 1806, at Rutland, Vt. ; died Aug. 15, 1876. 

He went with his father's family from Granville, Mass., to 
Granville, Ohio, where he was a farmer and a dry-goods merchant 
until 1820, when he removed to Hartford, Ohio; there he was a 
deacon in the church, a township trustee, and a justice of the peace. 
Aug. 21, 1867, he and his wife celebrated their golden wedding 
at the village of Hartford ; at this there were present two of his 
sisters, a brother of Mrs. Everett, and their companions, making 
four couples who had married and dwelt in the same county over 
half a century. 

Children, i born at Granville, ii, iii at Hartford : 

i. Celma Alvira, 8 b. Aug. 7, 1818; d. July 29, 1857; m. 
Mar. 7, 1885, Harrison Hoover, b. Mar. 9, 1816, in Vir- 
ginia. 

ii. Sabra Melissa, b. Nov. 12, 1825; d. Apr. 8, 1875 ; m. Wil- 
liam Allen. 

iii. Edwin Cooley, b. Apr. 30, 1833; d. Sept, 4, 1854. 

421 

Israel 7 Everett (Samuel, 6 Samuel, 6 Israel, 4 Josiah, 3 Israel? 
Richard 1 ), born Nov. 1, 1804; died July 5, 1875; married 1st, 
Nov. 20, 1828, at Granville, Ohio, Elizabeth Walling, who died 
Mar. 8, 1836 ; married 2d, May 7, 1837, Sarah Honser, of Fairfield 
county, Ohio, who died Dec. 7,1892, at Pataskala, Ohio. He 
went with his father's family to Granville, and later removed to 
Pataskala, where he was deacon for fourteen years in the Congre- 
gational Church, and through life an earnest supporter of good 
schools. 



282 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children, born at Granville : 

549. i. Israel Omer, 8 b. Aug. 22, 1829. 

ii. Mary Elizabeth, b. Feb. 6, 1831 ; m. Apr. 18, 1854, at 
Granville, George W. Nichols. Res., 1894, Pataskala. 

Children of second wife : 

hi. Henry L., b. Feb. 12, 1839; d. Mar. 28, 1860, at West 

Millgrove, Ohio. 
iv. Albert^ b. Aiig. 6, 1840. Res., 1894, Pataskala. 

550. v. Alfred G, b. Mar. 13, 1842. 

551. vi. Clayton W., b. Apr. 11, 1844. 

422 

William Fitch 7 Everett (William? Noble? Josiah? Josiah? 
Israel? Richard 1 '), born Mar. 5, 1821, at Bloomfield, Conn. ; mar- 
ried Feb. 25, 1849, at Sharon Centre, Ohio, Mary Barron, daughter 
of Samuel S. Barron, born Oct. 31, 1829. They lived many years 
in Sharon Centre, Medina county, then moved to Columbus, Ohio, 
where they were living in 1893. 

Children, born at Sharon Centre : 

552. i. Frank Barron, 8 b. Oct. 23, 1850. 

ii. William Hoyt, b. Oct. 26, 1851 ; d. Apr. 1, 1855. 

553. in. Charles Disney, b. Apr. 26, 1856. 

423 

Noble Warren 7 Everett (Noble? Noble? Josiah? Josiah? 
Israel? Richard 1 '), born Feb. 20, 1827, at Wareham, Mass. ; mar- 
ried 1st, June 15, 1857, at Wareham, Abby Ann H. Sherman, 
daughter of Nicholas H. and Sophia A. (Tisdale) Sherman, born 
Apr. 5, 1828, at South Dartmouth, Mass. ; died Dec. 23, 1878, 
at Wareham ; married 2d, June 15, 1881, at Wareham, Harriet 
Jackson Packard, daughter of Leander L. and Harriet H. (Gibbs) 
Packard, born July 26, 1860, at Wareham ; died there Jan. 23, 
1897. 

Mr. Everett was educated at the Greenwich (R. 1.) Academy 
and the Wyoming (Penn.) Seminary. After a year's service as 
a teacher, he entered the ministry of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, and filled stations at Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, and other 
places in Pennsylvania. Returning to Massachusetts, he settled 



Seventh Generation. :ix:j 



at his native town, and entered actively into the business and edu- 
cational interests of that community. In 1878, Mr. Everett was 
elected a member of the House of Representatives. In 1879, 
he delivered the oration at the bi-centennial of Rochester, Mass. 
He was re-elected to the House of Representatives and served as 
chairman of the committee on education. In 1896-7, Mr. Everett 
was elected to the Senate from Plymouth county. In 1902, he 
was again returned as a representative from Wareham. Mr. 
Everett's capacity for public usefulness comes from good ances- 
tral stock ; his grandfather Everett was a chaplain in the American 
Revolution and afterwards the pastor of the Wareham Church 
for nearly forty years ; and his father was a soldier in the War of 
1812-15, in defence of sailors' rights. 

Children of second wife, born at Wareham : 

i. Warren Irving, 8 b. Feb. 21, 1883; d. Feb. 14, 1884. 
ii. Juliet Chester, b. July 20, 1886. 
iii. Helen Gibbs, b. Nov. 8, 1892. 

424 

James Hinman 7 Everett (Elisha Hinman, G Noble, 5 Josiah,* 
Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 '), born May 17, 1839, at Dartmouth, 
Mass. ; married June 24, 1861, Elizabeth Beers, born Jan. 1, 1840 ; 
died Jan. 1, 1887, at Middletown, Conn. When eight years old 
he went to Marlboro', Conn., to live with a cousin, George H. 
Lord, son of George A. and Abigail (Everett) Lord. He enlisted 
from Marlboro', Sept. 7, 1861, in the 10th regiment Conn. Vols. ; 
re-enlisted Jan. 1, 1864 ; was wounded May 14, 1864, at Fort 
Darling, Va. ; and discharged May, 1865. 

Children : 

554. i. Charles Elisha, 8 b. Feb. 24, 1866, at Marlboro', 
ii. Frank P., b. Sept. 3, 1867, at Colchester, Conn, 
iii. Susan Frances, b. Oct. 12, 1875, at Plaintield, Conn, lies., 
1893, New London, Conn. 

425 
Philo. Marshall 7 Everett (Rlihu, 6 Andrew, 5 Josiah? Josiah? 
Israel, 2 - Richard 1 ), born Oct. 21, 1812, at Winchester, Conn.: died 
Sept. 28,1892, at Marquette, Mich.; married Nov. 19, 1833, al 



284 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Utica, N. Y., Mehitable E. Johnson, daughter of Moses and 
Eunice (Sanborn) Johnson, born Dec. 8, 1815, at Concord, N. H. ; 
died Dec. 1, 1883, at Marquette. 

While a young man, he settled in New York State ; in 1840, he 
removed to Jackson, Mich., where he was engaged in mercantile 
business ; in 1845, the Jackson Iron Company sent out an expedi- 
tion under Mr. Everett to explore the iron region of Lake Su- 
perior. To him the Indians pointed out " the iron mountain," 
and there he located the Jackson mine, which was the first one 
developed in that region. He settled in Marquette, where he was 
engaged in mercantile and insurance business and banking. In 
1857, he introduced the locomotive into the upper peninsula, the 
first on the shore of Lake Superior. He and his wife became 
members of the Michigan Historical Society in 1857, and, in 
1859, he presented to that society the autograph commission from 
Gen. St. Clair to Jean Marie Beaubien. 

Children : 

i. Eunice Ann, 8 b. Apr. 15, 1886, at Booneville, N. Y. ; d. 
Sept. 8, 1838. 

555. ii. Ernrna Eugenia, b. Aug. 15, 1839, at Kingston, N. Y. 

556. iii. Edward Philo. b. Feb. 26, 1842, at Jackson. 

557. iv. Charles Marshall, b. July 4, 1843, at Jackson. 

558. v. Ellen Mehitable, b. Jan. 11, 1845, at Jackson. 

vi. William Henry, b. Dec. 25, 1847, at Jackson; d. Oct. 22, 

1849. 
vii. Katherine Eliza Johnson, b. Feb. 22, 1851, at Marquette ; 
first white child born in town. Res., 1899, Chicago, 111. 

426 

John Cyrus 7 Everett (Elihuf Andrew, 5 Josiah 4 Josiah, 3 
Israel, 2 Michard 1 }, born Aug. 14, 1814, at Vernon, N. Y. ; died 
Jan. 15, 1896, at Kalamazoo, Mich. ; married Sept. 18, 1844, at 
Clarendon, N. Y., Emily J. Shelden, daughter of L. G. Shelden, 
born Nov. 26, 1822, at Clarendon. He resided at Kalamazoo. 

Children : 

i. George L., 8 b. Dec. 2, 1845 ; d. Apr. 22, 1850. 
ii. Levantia F., b. Aug. 11, 1847; d. Oct. 5, 1847. 
iii. Arthur C, b. Sept. 25, 1849. Res., 1899, San Diego, Cal. 



Eighth Generation. 285 



iv. L. Jay, b. Oct. 4, 1851 ; m. Aug. 26, 1875, at Kalamazoo, 
Elizabeth E. Knerr, dau. of Stephen Knerr, b. Oct. 11, 
1855. Res., Kalamazoo. 
v. Ida Isadora, b. Aug. 9, 1853 ; d. Mar. 12, 1856. 
559. vi. Ira G., b. Oct. 9, 1858. 

vii. Ennie, b. May 26, 1861 ; m. Margaret Teller. Res., Crip- 
ple Creek, Col. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



427 



William B. 8 Everett {William, 1 Eliphalet? John, 5 Joseph* 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Mar. 8, 1856, at Roxbury, Mass. ; 
married Oct. 16, 1879, at Dorchester, Mass., Lucy Richardson 
Cutter, daughter of DeKter J. and Sarah Cutter, born July 26, 
1855, at Walthani, Mass. He is a member of the Soule Photo- 
graph Company, Boston, and resides at Dorchester. 

Children, born at Boston : 

i. Harold Cutter, 9 b. July 16, 1880. 

ii. Shirley Blake, b. Dec. 4, 1883. 
iii. Robert Maxwell, b. Dec. 29, 1885. 
iv. William Dexter, b. June 12, 1888. 

428 

Franklin Augustus 8 Everett {George,' Eliphalet? John, 5 
Joseph* John, 3 John? Richard 1 ), born Oct. 25, 1854, at Roxbury, 
Mass. ; died Apr. 12, 1894, at Everett, Mass. ; married Feb. 28, 
1885, at Fayville, Mass., Lulu Irene Boyd, daughter of Thomas 
and Susan S. (Onthank) Boyd, born Feb. 7, 1867, at Fayville. 
She resided, 1897, at Southville, Mass. 

Children, born at Hudson, Mass. : 

i. A son, 9 b. Jan. 30, 1886 ; d. Jan. 30, 1886. 
ii. Edith Frost, b. Sept. 18, 1887. 
iii. Gertrude Irene, b. Dec. 11, 1891. 

429 

George F. 8 Everett ( George Whiting, 1 George? John? Joseph? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born May 3, 1845, at Wrentham, Mass. ; 
married June 10, 1868, at Pawtucket, R. I., Frances A. Northrup, 



Eighth Generation. 287 



daughter of David and Aderling Nortlirup, bom Apr. 9, 1848, at 
Pawtucket. They resided, 1897, at Pawtucket. 
Children, born at Pawtucket : 

560. i. George Oliver, 9 b. Nov. 23, 1871. 
ii. Charles Henry, b. Dec. 21, 1882. 

430 

James Austin 8 Everett ( G-eorge Whiting, 1 George, 6 John* Jo- 
seph? John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 10, 1848, at Pawtucket, 
R. I.; died there Apr. 22, 1884; married May 14, 1872, at Paw- 
tucket, Mary Frances Bagley, daughter of George W. and Sarah 
Bagley. 

Child, born at Pawtucket : 

i. Isabella Bagley, 9 b. Feb. 7, 1874; ra. June 14, 1893, at 
Pawtucket, Charles Lorenzo Miller, son of Joseph C. 
and Vesta G. Miller. 



431 

Warren Pettee 8 Everett (Joseph Casivell? Joseph? Joseph? 
Joseph? John? John? Richard 1 ), born July 14, 1833, at Newton 
Upper Falls, Mass. ; married Mar. 21, 1879, at Bangor, Me., Mary 
Jane Leishman, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth Leishman, born 
Dec. 7, 1838, at Middleboro', Mass. Residence, 1897, Bangor. 

Child, born at Bangor : 

i. Edward Worcester, 9 b. May 19, 1890. 

432 

Otis W. 8 Everett (Nathaniel Ware? Joseph? Joseph? Joseph? 
John? John? Richard 1 '), born Mar. 22, 1852, at Newton Upper 
Falls, Mass. ; married Sept. 22, 1883, at Greenwich, R. I., Mabel 
Hay, daughter of Robert and Dolly Hay, born at Barre, Mass. 
Residence, 1897, Worcester, Mass. 

Children, born at Worcester : 

i. Lewis, 9 b. Oct. 15, 1884. 
ii. Elbert II., b. Oct. 27, 1886; d. Oct. 29, 1886. 






288 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



433 

Thomas Marean 8 Everett (Joseph Mason, 7 Leonard, 6 Edward? 
Joseph? John? John? Richard 1 '), born Oct. 10, 1853, at Carrolton, 
Jefferson Parish, La. ; married Jan. 4, 1879, at Walthain, Mass., 
Julia Blanchard, of Boston, daughter of David H. and Mary 
(Haley) Blanchard. Residence, 1899, Boston. 

Children : 

i. Harriet Louise, 9 b. Mar. 22, 1880. 
ii. Marion, b. Nov. 14, 1888. 

434 

Frank 8 Everett (Theophilns Capen, 7 Oliver? Oliver? Joseph? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born Mar. 7, 1852, at Granby, Conn. ; 
married Nov. 24, 1881, at Danvers, Mass., Jennie Doak, born 
Aug. 8, 1854. Residence, Danvers. 

Children, born at Danvers : 

i. Herbert Capen, 9 b. Sept. 4, 1882. 
ii. Oliver Stockbridge, b. Nov. 5, 1892. 

435 

Thomas Blake 8 Everett ( Otis, 7 Otis? Oliver? Joseph? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Mar. 13, 1831, at Boston, Mass. ; married 
Oct. 19, 1854, Sarah Elizabeth Greene, daughter of Benjamin H. 
Greene, born May 8, 1834, at Boston; died July 30,1882, at 
Hull, Mass. Residence, Boston. 

Children : 

561. i. Arthur Greene, 9 b. Aug. 14, 1855. 

ii. Walter Lowell, b. Dec. 31, 1857; d. Oct. 16, 1870. 

hi. Edith Darracott, b. Jan. 28, 1860 ; d. Oct. 5, 1864. 

iv. Mary Edith, b. Aug. 14, 1868; d. Aug. 14, 1868. 

436 

Percival Lowell 8 Everett (Otis, 7 Otis? Oliver? Joseph? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born June 28, 1833 ; married 1st, June 30, 
1863, at Boston, Mass., Elizabeth Davis Williams Weld, daughter 



Eighth Generation. 289 



of Edward Franklin and Abigail Ann (Bradlee) Weld, born Nov. 
23, 1843, at Boston; died there Feb. 22, 1875; married 2d, 
Nov. 8, 1882, Elizabeth Russell Fisher, daughter of George Jabez 
and Cornelia Walley (Curtis) Fisher, born Nov. 8, 1853. 

Mr. Everett received his education at Chauncey Hall School 
and that of Amos A. Baker in Spring Lane. On leaving school 
he entered the counting-house of Tuckerman, Townsend & Co., 
of Central Wharf, merchants chiefly engaged in the Mediterranean 
and East India trade. In 1853, he went to Canton, China, to the 
house of Augustine Heard & Co., with whom he remained for 
a period of more than eight years — part of the time at Hong 
Kong, and part at Foochow, where he had full charge. Still 
in the same employ, he visited Siam, where he purchased and 
loaded ships for China. He also purchased and despatched with 
an assorted cargo, to New York, the first vessel that came to the 
United States from Siam. In 1860, he returned to the United 
States, and assumed the duties of special agent for Augustine 
Heard & Co., which position he retained until the dissolution of 
the firm. 

Mr. Everett was a founder of the Third National Bank of Bos- 
ton, and its president for twenty-three years. He was for four 
years first vice-president of the Boston Board of Trade, a director 
in the Hartford & Erie R. R. Co., and in the Union Freight R. R. 
Co. He was for twenty years a trustee for the Provident Institu- 
tion for Savings, and in several other Boston corporations has held 
directorship. He was early interested in Freemasonry, and was a 
member of the Winslow Lewis Lodge in 1861, and its W. M. in 
1870. In 1875, '76 and '77, he was Grand Master of Masons in 
Massachusetts. 

Children : 

i. Louisa Otis, 9 b. Feb. 4, 1866. 
ii. Otis, b. Sept. 16, 1868. 
iii. Elizabeth Lowell, b. July 30, 1870. 

Child of second wife : 

iv. Maud, b. Mar. 5, 1884. 



290 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



437 

Edward Franklin 8 Everett {Oliver Capen, 1 Otis, 6 Oliver, 5 
Joseph* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born May 28, 18-10, at Northfield, 
Mass.; died Sept. 26, 1899, at Cambridge, Mass.; married 1st, 
Nov. 19, 1864, Letitia Buchanan, daughter of Gen. George and 
Sarah G. (Miles) Buchanan, of Penn Hall, Centre county, Penn., 
born Oct. 27, 1835; died Sept. 17, 1866; married 2d, Jan. 9, 
1870, at Boston, Mrs. Sarah Jane Parker, widow of Capt. Samuel 
Parker, of company E, 106th regiment N. Y. Vols., and daughter 
of Justus Stevens and Mary (Fuller) Smith, of Barton, Vt., born 
Apr. 13, 1844, at Barton. 

Mr. Everett was fitted for college at the Charlestown High 
School, and graduated from Harvard College in 1860, becoming 
A. M. in 1863. In 1862, on the call for nine months' men, he en- 
listed ; he was mustered in, Sept. 16, at Camp Lander, Wenham, 
Mass., and appointed a sergeant in company H, 5th regiment Mass. 
infantry ; the same month, he went with the regiment to New- 
bern, N. C. ; he was in the actions of Kingston, Dec. 14, White 
Hall, Dec. 16, Goldsboro', Dec. 17, and in other minor engage- 
ments. At the expiration of the term, he re-enlisted, June 6, 

1863. at Newbern, and was commissioned, July 30, 1863, second 
lieutenant in the 2d Mass. heavy artillery. He was detached from 
company duty and served at Fort Macon, Beaufort, N. C, as 
post adjutant, Sept. 20, to Dec. 20, 1863 ; as post commissary 
from Sept. 30, 1863, to Apr. 1, 1864; as post quartermaster, 
Dec. 14, 1863, to April 1, 1864; and on ordnance duty, Mar. 16, 

1864. He remained on that branch of the staff during the re- 
mainder of the war, serving successively at Morehead City, in the 
field, Roanoke Island, Salisbury and Newbern, N. C. He was pres- 
ent at the second Kingston engagement, Mar. 7-10, 1865, was 
afterward ordered to Boston, and honorably discharged Sept. 3, 

1865. During the winter of 1865-6, he was clerk in the pay de- 
partment of the receiving ship Ohio, at the Charlestown Navy 
Yard. From that time until Iris death, he was in the fire insur- 
ance business in Boston. Jan. 31, 1868, he was elected second 




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lieutenant, company H, 5th regiment M. V. M., and May 20, fol- 
lowing, lie was elected captain of the same company. 

Mr. Everett became a member of the New-England Historic 
Genealogical Society in 1859, a life member in 1862, and was its 
Recording Secretary for 1862-3. In the magazine of that Society, 
the N. E. Historical and Genealogical Register, he published in 
1860, a genealogy of the Everett family ; in 1866, one of the 
Capen family; and in 1869, one of the Fuller family. He was a 
member of the Loyal Legion of Massachusetts, of the Edward W. 
Kinsley Post, No. 113, G. A. R., and a Past Master of the Henry 
Price Lodge, F. and A. M., of Charlestown. He led a very active 
life, with many and varied interests ; was always happy in dispo- 
sition, cheerful in deportment, and of generous impulse ; ever 
thoughtful of others and never mentioning his own kind deeds. 

438 

Dr. Oliver Hurd 8 Everett ( Oliver Capen? Otis? Oliver? 
Joseph? John? John? Richard 1 ), born Apr. 10, 1852, at Charles- 
town, Mass. ; married Sept. 15, 1885, at Worcester, Mass., Sarah 
Frances Dewey, daughter of Judge Francis and Sarah B. (Tufts) 
Dewey, born Sept. 15, 1860, at Worcester ; died there June 7, 1892. 

He was fitted for college at the Charlestown High School, was 
graduated at Harvard University 1873, and the Harvard Medical 
School 1876. After one year in the Massachusetts General Hos- 
pital, and two years' study abroad at Vienna and Paris, he settled 
at Worcester, Mass., where he continues in the practice of his 
profession. 

Children, born at Worcester : 

i. Caroline Clinton, 9 b. Dec. 27, 1886. 
ii. Francis Dewey, b. Feb. 13, 1889. 

439 

George 8 Everett (Willard? Ebenezer? Ebenezer? Ebenezer? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born Feb. 5, 1826, at South Dedham, now 
Norwood, Mass. ; died Jan. 6, 1881, at Boston, Mass. : married 
July 27, 1847, Julia Dean Ellis, daughter of Jesse and Julia 



292 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

(Dean) Ellis, born July 21, 1823, at Dedham; died Feb. 10, 1897, 
at Norwood. He resided at South Dedham, where in 1850, he 
with his brothers became partners with their father, in the manu- 
facture of furniture. Apr. 19, 1861, he was one of a committee 
of twelve chosen by the citizens of Dedham, " to take into con- 
sideration the measures necessary to be taken by the inhabitants 
of Dedham in the present crisis of the country." 
Children, born at South Dedham : 

i. Alice Julia, 9 b. Aug. 6, 1848 ; d. Jan. 22, 1850. 
ii. Laura Caroline, b. Nov. 10, 1850; d. July 18, 1852. 
iii. Willard Eugene, b. June 13, 1853 ; m. Oct. 2, 1878, Ida 
E. Woodbury, of Ashburnham, Mass. Res., Turners 
Falls Mass. 
iv. George'F., b. Aug. 7, 1855; d. Aug. 23, 1863. 
v. Herbert, b. July 23, 1859; d. Oct. 26, 1887. 
vi. Richard B., b. Jan. 6, 1864. 

440 

John Edward 8 Everett (Willard? Ebenezer? Ebenezer? 
Ebenezer? John, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), baptized Sept. 4, 1831, at South 
Dedham (now Norwood), Mass. ; died there June 9, 1888 ; mar- 
ried 1st, Dec. 29, 1853, at Walpole, Mass., Irene Dean Smith, 
daughter of Warren and Irene D. Smith, born Dec. 22, 1829 ; died 
at Norwood, Nov. 24, 1863 ; married 2d, Feb. 18, 1869, at Dedham, 
Mrs. Martha M. May, daughter of Robert S. and Matilda May. 
He was in partnership with his brothers in the manufacture of 
furniture, at South Dedham, where he held the office of selectman 
and water commissioner. 

Children, born at South Dedham : 

i. Alice Lucy, 9 b. Mar. 14, 1854; d. Sept. 22, 1895, at Rox- 
bury ; m. Sept. 2, 1880, at Norwood, Herbert N. Rhodes, 
son of Aaron W. and Ruth S. Rhodes, b. Aug. 18, 1850, 
at Norwood. 

ii. Laura Augusta, b. Jan. 9, 1861 ; d. Aug. 10, 1861. 

441 
Francis Ellis 8 Everett ( Willard, 7 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 5 Eben- 
ezer? John, 2, John?' Richard 1 ), baptized Sept. 1, 1839, at South 
Dedham (now Norwood), Mass. ; died July 16, 1884, at Golden, 



Eighth Generation. 293 



Col. ; married May 17, 1862, at Dedham, Clara B. Hoyle, daughter 

of Mark C. and Sarah E. Hoyle, born , at Newburgh, N. Y. 

He was a partner with his brother in the manufacture of furniture, 
at South Dedham ; later he removed to Golden. 
Children, born at South Dedham : 

i. Cora B. 9 b. Feb. 15, 1863. 
ii. Edith M., b. Oct. 30, 1867 ; d. Sept. 3, 1870. 

442 

Rufus S. 8 Everett (Oliver, 7 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 5 Ebenezer* 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Feb. 12, 1833, at Sherborn, Mass. ; 
died Nov. 12, 1881, at South Framingham, Mass.; married Apr. 
12, 1855, at Sherborn, Rosilla G. Bickford, daughter of Palemon 
and Celinda Bickford, born Feb. 23, 1838, at Watertown, Mass. 
He was a carpenter, lived at Sherborn, and was killed by an acci- 
dent at South Framingham. 

Children, i born at Dedham, ii-v at Sherborn : 

i. Edward, 9 b. Oct, 7, 1856; d. Feb. 9, 1858. 

ii. Marian, b. Jan. 13, 1859; d. Apr. 13, 1894, at South 

Framingham. 
hi. Gertrude, b. Oct. 6, 1862; d. Oct. 18, 1873. 
iv. Mabel B., b. Nov. 28, 1872. 
v. Robert, b. Sept. 21, 1875. 

443 

Charles Francis 8 Everett (Charles, 7 Ebenezer, 6 JEbenezer, 5 
Ebenezer,* John, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Feb. 13, 1829, at Walpole, 
Mass.; died there Oct. 10, 1887; married 1st, Nov. 20, 1851, 
Hannah M. Pierce, daughter of Amos and Olive (Kingsman) 
Pierce, born Aug. 24, 1881, at Westminster, Mass. ; died Feb. 7. 
1866, at Walpole; married 2d, Nov. 17, 1869, at Norwood, Mas^.. 
Frances E. Annis, daughter of John and Esther Annis, born Apr. 
2, 1849, at Belmont, Me. He resided at Walpole. 

Children, born at Walpole : 

562. i. Francis Eugene, 9 b. June 24, 1855. 

ii. Ida J., b. Dec. 20, 1857; a graduate of Mt. Holyoke Col- 
lege, South Iladley, Mass., 1893; professor of English 
Literature in Mills College, Oakland, Cal. 
hi. Minnie Maria, b. Dec. 5, 1865 ; d. Apr. 2, L866. 



294 Descendants of Richard Everett, 

Children of second wife : 

iv. Henry Irving, b. June 17, 1877 ; A. B. Amherst Coll., 1898. 
Res., Norwood. 

v. Herbert Percy, b. Oct. 30, 1878 ; m. Oct. 16, 1901, Grace 
M. Church, dau. of Edwin A. and Laura A. (Train) 
Church, b. Jan. 10, 1875, at Potsdam, N. Y. Graduate, 
1894, of Potsdam Normal School. Res. 1902, Norwood. 

444 

Daniel Ellis 8 Everett ( Charles, 1 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 6 Eben- 
ezerf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Nov. 9, 1831, at Walpole, 
Mass. ; married Nov. 26, 1856, at Norwood, Mass., Sarah E. Hill, 
daughter of Walter and Sally Hill, born May 30, 1837, at Wal- 
pole. He resided, 1902, at Walpole. 

Children, born at Walpole : 

563. i. Charles Walter, 9 b. Dec. 26, 1857. 

ii. Edward E., b. Dec. 6, 1865; d. Oct. 6, 1866. 
iii. George Edson, b. Aug. 26, 1871; m. Sept. 18, 1892, at 
Walpole, Myla L. Moody, dau. of Edward S. and Sarah 
B. (Phillips) Moody, b. at Wareham, Mass. Res. 1902, 
Norwood. 

445 

Edmund 8 Everett (Charles, 7 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 5 Ebenezer* 
John, 2, John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 25, 1839, at Walpole, Mass. ; 
married Jan. 29, 1861, at Walpole, Caroline Augusta Hill, daugh- 
ter of Walter and Sally Hill, born Feb. 10, 1839, at Woonsocket, 
R. I. He resided, 1902, at Walpole. 

Children, born at Walpole : 

i. Sylvia Eveline, 9 b. July 26, 1862; d. Sept. 28, 1883. 

ii. Sarah Florence, b. May 20, 1864; m. Sept. 1, 1886, at 
Walpole, Edwin H. Holmes, son of Calvin and Julia 
Holmes, b. Sept. 9, 1859, at Bridge water, Mass. ; d. Aug. 
22, 1888, at Walpole. 

446 
Edwin 8 Everett (Charles, 7 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 4 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 25, 1839, at Walpole, Mass. ; 
married June 4, 1871, at Stoughton, Mass., Elizabeth F. Drake, 
daughter of Abner and Azubah G. Drake, born Feb. 12, 1849, at 
Easton, Mass. He resided, 1902, at East Walpole, Mass. 



Eighth Generation. 295 



Child, born at Walpole : 

i. Edwin Martin, 9 b. Sept, 26, 1885. 

447 

Willard 8 Everett (Charles, 1 Ebenezer, e Ebenezer, b Ebenezer* 
John, 2, John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 28, 1851, at Walpole, Mass. ; 
married Sept. 7, 1875, at Franklin, Mass., Emily Mann, daughter 
of William and Sarah B. (Metcalf) Mann, born Feb. 8, 1851, at 
Slatersville, R. I. He resided at Hyde Park, Mass., 1876-82, and 
since then at Lowell, Mass., where he is manager of the advertis- 
ing department of the C. I. Hood Co. 

Children, born at Hyde Park : 

i. Willard Ernest, 9 b. Feb. 6, 1877; A. B. Yale Univ., 1899. 

Teacher, 1902, Lowell, 
ii. Ethel Metcalf, I). Sept. 2, 1878 ; graduate of Welleslev 

CoUege, 1901. 
iii. Mabel Thompson, b. June 13, 1880 ; graduate of Welleslev 
College, 1901. 

448 

Metcalf 8 Everett (John Metcalf, 7 Metcalf, 6 John, 5 Ebenezer,* 
John? John, 2 Richard 1 '), born June 20, 1848, at Foxboro', Mass. ; 
died Oct. 29, 1878, at Morris Plains, N. J. ; married Apr. 20, 
1871, at New York City, Elizabeth Schmidt, daughter of John 
Friedrich and Joanna (Sleezer) Schmidt, born May 4, 1842, at 
New York City; died May 8, 1884, at Passaic, N. J. Her father 
was born at Basle, Switzerland; was an architect at New York 
City, and died at Passaic, Oct. 21, 1893, aged eighty years. 

Mr. Everett, when about eighteen years old, entered the em- 
ployment of Messrs. J. Swight & Co., in New York City, and 
continued with the firm until his death. He was of an active and 
energetic temperament, and gifted as a writer. Articles from his 
pen were published in the " Congregationalist " and other papers. 

Children : 

i. Sarah Elizabeth, 9 b. Feb. 23, 1872; d. Mar. L3, 1*72. 

ii. Marie Juliette, b. July 1, 1873; m. Oct. '_':;, 1*94, at Pas- 
saic, Henry N orris Pontin, of Rutherford, N. .1. Child 
(Pontin): John Frederick, 10 b. May 25, 1895, at New 
York City. 



296 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iii. Frederick Melatiah, b. Aug. 20, 1876, at Passaic; m. Dec. 
31, 1900, at Passaic, Julia May Noonberg, dau. of Abra- 
ham and Julia (De Lacy) Noonberg, of Garfield, N. J. 
He is connected with the " Passaic Herald," and resides 
at Passaic. 

iv. John Metcalf, b. Aug. 20, 1876. He is the city editor of 
the " Passaic Daily News." 

449 

William Moore s Everett (Linus Smith, 7 Linus, 6 Andretv, 5 
Ebenezer? John, 3 John? Richard 1 }, born Aug. 31, 1817, at Charles- 
town, Mass. ; died Aug. 14, 1850, near Springfield, Col. ; married 
Dec. 25, 1844, at Middletown, Conn., Charlotte M. Smith, daugh- 
ter of Henry D. and Eunice M. (Ives) Smith, born Aug. 8, 1824, 
at Middletown; died Aug. 5, 1891, at New Haven, Conn. 

Child : 

564. i. William Henry, 9 b. Mar. 6, 1847. 

450 

Sebastian L. 8 Everett (Linus Smith, 1 Linus, 6 Andrew? Eben- 
ezerf John, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Jan. 6, 1836, at Baltimore, Md. ; 

married 1st, , 1856, in New Hampshire, Mary G. Ellsworth; 

married 2d, Feb. — , 1872, E. Van Washburn, daughter of Leander 
Washburn, born May — , 1844, at Akron, Ohio. He resides at 
Oakland, Cal., and is the publisher of " Pacific Coast, Wood and 
Iron." 

Children : 

i. Matie Sophia, 8 b. , 1860 ; m. , 1882, W. S. Fer- 
guson, of Denver, Col. 

ii. George L., b. , 1862 ; m. , 1892, Jennie C. Bald- 
win. 

Children of second wife : 

iii. Wallace Washburn, b. , 1875. 

iv. Marjorie Edith, b. , 1881. 

451 
Arthur 8 Everett (James Smith, 7 James, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezerf 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born July 4, 1840, at Princeton, 111. ; died 
July 14, 1873, at Oshkosh, Wis. ; married Dec. 24, 1868, at Osh- 



Eighth Generation, 297 



kosh, Clara Winter, daughter of John Winter, horn Feh. 27, 1837, 
at Greene, N. Y. 

He was graduated with the highest honors at the University of 
Michigan, in 1864 ; was principal of the high school at Ann Arbor, 
Mich., 1864; principal of the high school and superintendent of 
the public schools at Oshkosh, 1865-73. He was admitted to the 
bar, 1873, but did not live to practice. 

Children, born at Oshkosh : 

i. John Winter, 9 b. Oct. 22, 1870. Res., 1897, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 
ii. Mary Louisa, b. Mar. 15, 1872; d. May 28, 1900. 

452 

Oliver Hillman 8 Eveeett (Edwin? James? Andrew," Ebene- 
zer? John? John? Richard 1 '), born Aug. 1, 1836, at Williamsburg, 
Mass. ; married Nov. 29, 1877, at Williamsburg, Abbie O. Porter, 
daughter of Enos Porter, born Jan. 28, 1841, at Cummington, 
Mass. He resided, 1893, at Williamsburg. 

Child, born at Williamsburg : 

i. Almon Edwin, 9 b. Aug. 13, 1880. 

453 

Henry Francis 8 Everett {Edwin,'' James? Andrew? Eben- 
ezer? John? John? Richard 1 ), born June 17, 1843, at Williams- 
burg, Mass. ; married 1st, Jan. 18, 1871, at Boston, Mass., Laura 
M. Bryant, daughter of Hiram Bryant, born Mar. 1, 1844, at Had- 
ley, Mass. ; died May 17, 1876, at Auburndale, Mass.; married 2d, 
Feb. 18, 1880, at Boston, Fannie M. Davis, daughter of James W. 
Davis, born Jan. 16, 1855, at Roxbury, Mass. He resided, 1900, 
at West Roxbury. 

Children : 

i. Albert Henry, 9 b. May 6, 1874; d. Sept. 13, 1874. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. Ruth, b. Oct. 20, 1887. 

iii. Raymond, b. Oct. 1, 1891 ; d. Nov. 8, 1891. 



298 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



454 

Grace 8 Everett (Oliver, 1 James, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer? John? 
John? Richard 1 ), born Apr. 27, 1847, at Dixon, 111. ; married July 
12, 1870, William Nelson Johnson, son of Rev. William Young 
and Louisa (Mason) Johnson, born at Palmyra, 111. He removed 
with his parents to Iowa, where he attended Griswold College, at 
Davenport, until his enlistment in the 44th regiment Iowa Vols. 
After the war he went to Corning, N. Y., where he studied law in 
the office of an uncle, Judge Thomas A. Johnson, and was 
admitted to the New York bar. Residence, 1897, Erie, Penn. 

Children (Johnson) : 

i. Oliver Everett, 9 b. Dec. 21, 1874. 
ii. William Nathan, b. Apr. 16, 1879. 
hi. Bessie Margaret, b. Oct. 19, 1881. 
iv. Marcus Rodney, b. Mar. 15, 1884. 

455 

James Marcus 8 Everett (John, 1 James? Andrew? Ebenezer? 
John? John? Richard 1 '), born Nov. 22, 1865, at Cummington, 
Mass. ; married Nov. 1, 1892, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sarah F. Bar- 
rett, daughter of George H. Barrett, of Brooklyn, born Oct. 20, 
1862, at New York City. He resided, 1896, at Worthington, 
Mass. 

Children, born at Worthington : 

i. John Francis, 9 b. Jan. 1, 1894. 
ii. George Oliver, b. July 10, 1896. 

456 

Edward 8 Everett (Andrew J. 1 Jason? Andrew? Ebenezer? 
John? John? Richard 1 ), born July 3, 1849, at Chesterfield, Mass. ; 

married , born at New Brunswick. He resided at Holyoke, 

Mass. 

Children : 

i. Lena, 9 b. ; m. Frank Joy, of Northampton, Mass. 

ii. Maud, b. . Res., 1896, at Westhampton, Mass. 

iii. Edward, b. . Reported, 1896, in TJ. S. naval service. 

iv. Elizabeth, b. . Res., 1896, Westhampton. 



Eighth Generation. 299 



457 

Samuel H. 8 Everett {Andrew J.? Jason, 6 Andrew, 5 Ebenezer? 
John? John? Richard}'), born Nov. 11, 1851, at Chesterfield, Mass.; 
married July 3, 1873, at Colchester, Vt., Elnora Stannard, daugh- 
ter of Herman and Syrene Stannard, born Sept. 7, 1853. Resi- 
dence, 1897, Burlington, Vt. 

Children : 

i. Josie Mary, 9 b. June 24, 1875. 
ii. A daughter, b. Aug. 15, 1891. 

458 

Cadette 8 Everett {Franklin? Andrew? Andrew? Ebenezer? 
John? John? Richard 1 '), born Feb. 17, 1840, at Ludlow, Vt. ; 
married June 27, 1863, George C. Fitch, son of James and Abi- 
gail (Wilmath) Fitch, born Dec. 20, 1823, at Putney, Vt. ; died 
Mar. 3, 1898, at Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Fitch is prominent 
in literary circles, a taste which she inherited from her father, the 
author of " Memorials of the Grand River Valley," valued as a 
collection of pioneer reminiscences. Mr. Fitch was a successful 
manufacturer of carriages ; was an alderman, a member of the 
board of education, and treasurer of the county agricultural society. 

Children (Fitch) : 

i. Louie M., 9 b. , 1865. 

ii. George E., b. , 1868. 

459 

Capt. Charles Edward 8 Everett {Lucius? Phinehas? Phin- 
ehas? Ebenezer? John? John? Richard 1 ), born June 16, 1828, at 
Dover, N. H. ; died there Apr. 25, 1892; married Apr. 12, 1852, 
Abbie Maria Palmer, daughter of Stephen P. Palmer, born Dec. 
15, 1834, at Dover. He enlisted Aug. 7, 1862, in company K, 
11th regiment N. H. Vols. ; was commissioned second lieutenant, 
Dec. 24, 1862; promoted first lieutenant, Sept. 1, 1863; captain 
company D, May 15, 1865, and mustered out June 4, 1865. 

Children, born at Dover : 

i. Alice, 9 b. Jan. 12, 1853. 
ii. Helen Delano, b. Aug. 29, 1854. 



300 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

iii. Walter Palmer, b. May 15, 1856. 
iv. John, b. Mar. 8, 1860. Res., 1898, Dover, 
v. Mary Orne, b. July 6, 1862; m. May 2, 1883, at Haverhill, 

Mass., Charles A. Roberts, son of Andrew J. and Mary 

J. Roberts. 

460 

Col. Walter 8 Everett (Lucius, 7 Phinehas, 6 Phinehas, 5 Eben- 
ezerf John, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Sept. 18, 1832, at Dover, N. 
H. ; married Sept. — , 1863, Caroline F. Ordway, born at Brad- 
ford, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Caroline Foote, 9 b. 



ii. Ellen Leighton, b. Nov. 16, 1869, at Charlestown, Mass.; 
m. Apr. 3, 1895, at Bradford, Eben W. Keyes of Chi- 
cago, 111., formerly of Charlestown. 

iii. Mary Ethel, b. Mar. 21, 1871, at Charlestown. 

461 

Clarendon Adams 8 Everett (Lucius,'' Phinehas, 6 Phinehas, 5 
Ebenezerf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Feb. 21, 1835, at Dover, 

N. H. ; died Nov. 28, 1883, at Portsmouth, N. H. ; m. , at 

Dover, Mary Josephine Clark, daughter of Joseph and Nancy 
Clark, born Feb. 9, 1841, at Dover. 

He enlisted Aug. 8, 1862, in company K, 11th regiment, N. H. 
Vols. ; was appointed orderly sergeant, and was discharged for 
disability, Mar. 5, 1863, at Newport News, Va. He enlisted, Dec. 
10, 1863, in company A, 13th regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps, 
and was discharged, Nov. 17, 1865, at Boston, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Horace Delano, 9 b. June 24, 1860. 

565. ii. Theodore, b. Oct. 2, 1862. 

iii. Carrie Ordway, b. Mar. 29, 1864; d. Sept. 20, 1880. 

iv. Edith, b. Apr. —,1868; d. Feb. — , 1870. 

462 
Rtjftjs Dodd 8 Everett (Horace, 1 Phinehas, 6 Phinehas, 5 Eben 
ezer,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born May 18, 1834, at Great Falls, 
N. H. ; married May 16, 1866, at Lowell, Mass., Lucretia C. Nor- 



Eightli Generation. 301 



cross, daughter of Nicholas G. and Sophronia Norcross, born at 
Bangor, Me. They have lived for a number of years at Atchi- 
son, Kan. 
Child: 

i. Theodore Gaubert, 9 b. Apr. 9, 1867. 

463 

Emilius Augustus 8 Everett (Aaron Emilius," Marcus, 6 Aa- 
ron, 5 Ebenezer,* John, 2, John," 1 Richard 1 }, born Apr. 1, 1840, at Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; married , Mary A. Collins, born at Chicopee, 

Mass. ; died Oct. 18, 1893, at Chicago, 111. He enlisted Sept. 
12, 1862, in company D, 43d regiment, Mass. Vols., was appointed 
corporal ; served nine months, and was discharged July 30, 1863, 
at the expiration of his term of service. 

Children : 

i. Frank Winthrop, 9 b. Apr. 11, 1875, at Dedhara, Mass. 
ii. Roy E., b. Sept. 3, 1877 ; d. Jan. 6, 1878. 

464 

Harriet Louise 8 Everett (Aaron Emilius, 7 Marcus, 6 Aaron, 
Ebenezer* John, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Nov. 23, 1843, at Boston, 
Mass. ; married Dec. 1, 1863, at Dedham, Mass., Major Charles 
Bucknam Fessenden, son of Charles B. and Susan (Skinner) 
Fessenden, born Dec. 3, 1840, at Charlestown, Mass. He was 
captain of company D, 43d Mass. Vols., and was, later, major in 
the same regiment. Residence, 1896, Parsons, Kan. 

Children (Fessenden) : 

i. Harold Pitt, 9 b. Oct. 4, 1869. 
ii. Susan Elizabeth, b. Aug. 21, 1873. 

465 
Abbie Louise Wight 8 Everett (Aaron Emiliw? Marcu*? 

Aaron 5 Ebenezer* John 5 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 9, 1847, at 
Boston, Mass.; married Mar. 5, 1873, at Dedham, Mass., Frank 
Forester Jaques, of Chicago, 111. 



302 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children ( Jaques) : 

i. Charles Everett, 9 b. Dec. 24, 1873. 
ii. Willard Wight, b. Feb. 7, 1875. 
iii. Sarah, b. Nov. 12, 1876 ; d. Apr. 28, 1878. 
iv. Lewis Talmage, b. Nov. 28, 1878. 
v. Abbie Lita, b. July 10, 1881. 
vi. Marguerite, b. Jan. 10, 1888. 

466 

Alice Dundas 8 Everett ( Charles,"' Charles , 6 Moses, 5 Ebenezer,* 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), bom Feb. 20, 1852, at Washington, D. C. ; 
married Feb. 2, 1879, Willam A. Cummins, of Smyrna, Del. 

Children (Cummins) : 

i. Harriet Everett, 9 b. Apr. 14, 1881. 
ii. Everett, b. May 30, 1883. 
iii. William Dundas, b. July 9, 1886. 

467 

Charles Dundas 8 Everett ( Charles, 7 Charles, 6 Moses, 5 Eben- 
ezerf John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), b. June 17, 1856, at Washington, D. 
C. ; married Oct. 28, 1880, at Bellevue, Del., Emily R. Tybout, 
daughter of George L. and Elizabeth C. Tybout, born Jan. 2, 
1858, at Bellevue. Residence, Wilmington, Del. 

Children : 

i. Marion Tybout, 9 b. Apr. 6, 1882. 
ii. Elizabeth Tybout, b. Nov. 4, 1885. 
hi. Charles, b. Dec. 21, 1899. 

468 

Oliver 8 Everett {Alexander Hill,"' Oliver, 6 Oliver, 5 Ebenezerf 
John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Feb. 1, 1860, at Roxbury, Mass.; 
married Apr. 1, 1888, Mrs. Katherine H. Henderson, of English 
descent. He is an architect in San Francisco, Cal., and connected 
with " The California Architect and Building News," a monthly 
journal devoted to the architectural interests of the Pacific coast. 

Children, born at San Francisco : 

i. Louisa Relief, 9 b. Apr. 10, 1890. 
ii. Helen Robina, b. May 28, 1893. 



Eighth Generation. :;■».*> 



469 
Dr. Oliver Austin 8 Everett (James Bradley, 7 Abel, 6 Abel, 6 
Eleazer/ John* John, 2 Richard 1 ), bom Dec. 15, 1862, at Fal- 
mouth, Mass. ; married , Charlotte M. Taylor, of Bolton, Mass. 

He was graduated M. D., at Dartmouth College, 1885, and was a 
practicing physician, 1894, at Bolton. 
Child: 

i. Willard S., 9 b. , 1891. 

470 

Charles Henry 8 Everett ( Charles Willard,'' Willard, 6 Elea- 
zer, 5 Eleazer, 4 John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 20, 1848, at 
Hillsboro' Bridge, N. H. ; died Mar. 11, 1877, at Lawrence, Mass. ; 
married Nov. 5, 1873, at Lawrence, Margaret Eva Churchill, 
daughter of George H. and Mary E. Churchill, born Jan. 16, 1853, 
at Lawrence ; died there, Mar. 8, 1885. 

Child, born at Lawrence : 

i. Grace Churchill, 9 b. Jan. 26, 1876. 

471 

Edward H. 8 Everett (Charles Willard, 7 Willard, 6 Eleazer, 5 
Eleazer,* John, 3 John 2 Richard 1 ), born Nov. 23, 1854, at Henni- 
ker, N. H. ; married Dec. 9, 1879, at Nashua, N. H., Eva J. Lyons, 
daughter of Newman Lyons, born June 17, 1857. He is a drug- 
gist at Nashua. He is a democrat in politics, and has twice 
represented Nashua in the New Hampshire legislature. 

Children, born at Nashua : 

i. Edward, 9 b. Dec. 5, 1880. 
ii. Charles N., b. Nov. 27, 1884. 

472 
Carlton H. 8 Everett (Charles Willard, 7 Willard 6 Ehazerf 
Eleazer* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 23, 1862; married 

, Mary E. Brown, of Bow, N. H. 

Child: 

i. Lula Blanche, 9 b. Dec. 15, 1886; d. Sept. — , 1887. 



804 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

473 

Luther 8 Everett ( George? George, 6 Edward, 6 Edward,* John? 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Nov. 13, 1828, at Lawrence, N. Y. ; died 
there, Jan. 28, 1890 ; married June 15, 1853, Martha C. Abrani, 
daughter of William and Margaret (Haslem) Abrani, born Aug. 
10, 1832, at Parishville, N. Y. They resided at Lawrence. 

Children : 

i. Abigail Maria, 9 b. Apr. 10, 1854; m. Oct. 20, 1875, at Law- 
rence, John K. Whitney, son of Lemuel G. and Catherine 
(Conrow) Whitney, b. Aug. 19, 1841, at Hemmingford, 
P. Q. Res., 1898, Washington, D. C. 

ii. Margaret M., b. Dec. 20, 1859; d. Apr. 11, 1862. 

iii. Emma Cornelia, b. Jan. 14, 1861; m. June 16, 1886, at 
Lawrence, James Bacon, son of James and Ann (John- 
ston) Bacon, b. Jan. 14, 1860, at Boston, Mass.; d. Sept. 
24, 1897, at Elba, Neb. She resided, 1898, at Ithaca, 
N. Y. 

iv. Ella Cordelia, b. Jan. 14, 1861 ; m. Dec. 30, 1892, at Law- 
rence, D. W. Fennimore, son of Joshua William and 
Margaret Mott (Glass) Fennimore, b. at Morley, N. Y. 
Res., 1898, Potsdam, N. Y. 
v. Elizabeth Marie, b. Feb. 10, 1864; m. Nov. 21, 1889, at 
Lawrence, Fred. C. Duffy, son of Patrick and Anne 
(Fox) Duffy, b. Aug. 1, 1864, at Parishville. Res., 1898, 
Mooers, N. Y. 

vi. Frederick Luther, b. Aug. 26, 1872. 

vii. George Abram, b. Apr. 18, 1875. 

474 

George 8 Everett ( G-eorge, 7 George, 6 Edward, 5 Edivard,* John? 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Dec. 22, 1833, at Lawrence, N. Y. ; mar- 
ried Sept. 8, 1857, Mary Abrams. Res., 1895, Potsdam, N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Cynthia, 9 b. July 8, 1859. 

ii. Edward, b. Sept. 18, 1866. 
iii. Cyrus, b. June 16, 1863. 
iv. Mary, b. Mar. 11, 1865. 

v. Margaret Maria, b. Apr. 26, 1867. 
vi. Georgia, b. Apr. 5, 1872. 

475 
Frederick 8 Everett (George, 7 George, 6 Edward? Edivard? 
John? John 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 8, 1839, at Lawrence, N. Y. ; 



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died June — , 1864, of a gunshot wound received while serving in 
the Union army. 
Child: 

i. Zira, 8 b. Aug. 27, 1860 ; d. Mar. 1, 1880. 

476 

George B. 8 Everett (John, 7 Edward? Edward? Edward? 
John? John? Richard 1 '), born May 14, 1839, at Dickinson, N. Y. ; 
died there Mar. 19, 1897 ; married Mar. 18, 1868, at Dickinson, 
Agnes Roberts, daughter of Bird Roberts, born Aug. 22, 1846, at 
Beekmantown, N. Y. She resides at Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Child: 

i. Bird, 9 b. May 12, 1869. 

477 
Dr. Robert A. 8 Everett (Augustus? Robert? Edward? Ed- 
ward? John? John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 22, 1839, at Auburn, N. 
Y. ; married Oct. 22, 1864, at Hillsdale, Mich., Janett G. Lan- 
caster, daughter of James Lancaster, a soldier of 1812, born Oct. 
— , 1838, on the Hudson River, N. Y. He was graduated M. D. 
at the University of Michigan, 1859, served as surgeon during 
the Civil war, and since then has continued his practice at Hills- 
dale. 

478 
Dr. Milton H. 8 Everett (Oliver V.? David Allen? Edward? 

Edward? John? John? Richard 1 ), born , 1847, at Peru, N. Y. ; 

married , 1872, at Pittston, Pa., Delia Harding, daughter of 

Harry Harding, born , 1848, at Pittston. Residence, 1897, 

Lincoln, Neb. 
Child: 

i. Harry H., 8 b. , 1875. 

479 
Dr. Jerome O. 8 Everett (Oliver V.? David Allen? Edward? 

Edward? John? John? Richard 1 ), born , 1849, at Peru, N. Y. ; 

married , 1880, at Mendato, 111., Artie B. Andrews, daughter 



306 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



of O. A. Andrews, born at Mendato. Residence, 1897, Lincoln, 

Neb. 

Children : 

i. Oliver, 9 b. , 1881. 

ii. Inez, b. , 1884. 

iii. Ernst, b. , 1888. 

480 

Orville M. 8 Everett {David A.," 1 David Allen, 6 Edward 5 
Edward,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Jan. 29, 1848, at Peru, 
N. Y. ; married Oct. 3, 1877, at Burke, N. Y., Carrie M. Day, 
daughter of Andrew J. Day, born May 4, 1856, at Burke. Resi- 
dence, Burke, where he has been town clerk, supervisor and post- 
master. 

Children : 

i. Netta G., 9 b. Sept. 17, 1878. 

ii. Harry D., b. July 11, 1880. 
iii. David Allen, b. July 10, 1888. 
iv. Sarah Frances, b. July 7, 1890. 

481 

Oliver C. 8 Everett {David A., 1 David Allen, 6 Edward, 5 Ed- 
ward* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Nov. 28, 1852, at Peru, N. Y. ; 
died Feb. 11, 1888, at Burke, N. Y. ; married June 3, 1879, at 
Burke, Annie McKenzie, daughter of John McKenzie, born Oct. 
— , 1861, at Burke. He resided at Burke, where he was post- 
master three years. 

Children : 

i. Edith M., 9 b. Dec. 24, 1880. 
ii. Chester A, b. July 9, 1883. 
iii. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 25, 1887. 

482 
Walter T. 8 Everett {David A., 7 David Allen, 6 Edward, 5 
Edward* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 14, 1859, at Peru, 
N. Y. ; married Jan. 25, 1888, at Burke, N. Y., S. Euretta Fenton, 
daughter of Theodore Fenton, born Mar. 3, 1864, at Burke. 
Residence, 1895, Salida, Col. 



Eighth Generation. 307 



Child: 

i. George W., 9 b. Mar. 23, 1889. 

483 

Allen James 8 Everett (George E., 7 David Alien* Edward, 5 
Edward,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Jan. 1-4, I860, at Peru, 
N". Y. ; died Nov. 9, 1890 ; married Sept. 3, 1884, at Lincoln- 
rille, Me., Mary E. Warren, daughter of John Warren. 

Children : 

i. Ethel M., 9 b. Sept. 21, 1885. 
ii. John W., b. Jan. 2, 1887; d. Jan. 12, 1891. 

484 

Arthur S. 8 Everett (George E., 7 David Allen, 6 Edward, 5 
Edward,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Mar. 22, 1861, at Peru, 
S". Y. ; married Dec. 12, 1892, at Lawrence, Mass., Harriet G. 
Doane, daughter of Capt. Thomas K. S. and Nellie Doane, born 
?Vpr. 6, 1868, at Hebron, N. S. Residence, 1896, Lawrence, 
Mass. 

Child, born at Lawrence : 

i. Grace, 9 b. Nov. 18, 1893. 

485 

Edward 8 Everett (Edward," John, 6 David, 5 Edward,* John, 3 
Tohn, 2 Richard 1 }, born Oct. 4, 1850, at Lawrence, Mass. ; married 
3ct. 11, 1881, at Minneapolis, Minn., Rosa M. Michallis, daughter 
)f Charles and Anna Michallis, born Aug. 26, 1859, at New Ulm, 
Minn. Residence, 1894, Big Timber, Park Co., Mont. 

Children : 

i. Anna Gretchen, 9 b. Feb. 8, 1890. 
ii. Inez Francena, b. Jan. 15, 1893. 

486 
William Blackman 8 Everett (Ira, 7 William, 6 William, 5 Wil- 
liam* William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), b. , 1817; died Feb. 12, 

L894, at Providence, R. I. ; married Jan. 1, 1854, at Providence, 



308 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Catherine Hobin, daughter of Martin and Bridget Hobin, born 

, 1824, in Ireland ; died Nov. 29, 1893, at Providence. 

Children, born at Providence : 

i. Catherine E., 9 b. Oct. — , 1854; d. Aug. 30, 1855. 

ii. Mary A., b. May 26, 1859; m. 1st, Sept. 26, 1878, at Fall 
River, Mass., James McElroy, son of Arthur and Mar- 
garet McElroy; m. 2d, Jan. 29, 1890, at Providence, 
William Worthington Johnson, son of Winslow and 
Lethe Johnson, b. at Bowling Green, Va. 

hi. Sarah Jane, b. Apr. 24, 1861 ; d. May 30, 1861. 

iv. John Edward, b. Nov. 14, 1868; d. July 27, 1882. 

4S7 

William Dickson 8 Everett ( William, 1 William? William? 
William? William? John? Richard 1 ), born Apr. 15, 1832, at Bed- 
ford, Mass. ; died there Jan. — , 1853 ; married Apr. 17, 1850, 
at Lowell, Mass., Mary Clark, daughter of William and Susan 
Clark, born July 8, 1832, at Bedford; died Nov. 8, 1862, at 
Charlestown, Mass. She married second, Nov. 13, 1855, at 
Charlestown, Albert P. Sampson. 

Children, born at Bedford : 

i. Annie Elizabeth, 9 b. Apr. 22, 1852; m. 1st, Oct. 27, 1870, 

Henry H. Cobb; m. 2d, June 2, 1885, at Boston, Mass., 

John E. Maynard. 
ii. Marion Dixon, b. April 27, 1853; d. Oct. 27, 1884; m. Apr. 

28, 1873, at Cambridge, Mass., Samuel G. Carter, son of 

James G. and Indiana Carter. 

488 

George Draper 8 Everett (Jabez? William? William? Wil- 
liam? William? John? Richard 1 ), born June 24, 1829, at Dover, 
Mass.; married June 23, 1861, at Dover, Martha Allen Plummer, 
daughter of Micajah S. and Betsey (Haskell) Plummer, born Aug. 
17, 1838, at New Gloucester, Me. 

He is living, at Dover, where he was selectman, 1865, '66, '67, 
and town treasurer, 1877 to 1888. Mrs. Everett has served on 
the school committee, and was superintendent of the schools, 1877- 
1884. She wrote the account of Dover, published in the History 
of Norfolk County, 1884. 



Eighth Generation. 309 



Children : 

i. Sarah Eliza,* b. May 13, 1862; was graduated at the Nor- 
mal Art School, Boston, Mass., 1883; m. Jan. 1, 1883, 
John Micah Humphrey. Res., Rochester, N. H. Child 
(Humphrey) : 

1. Vivien, 10 b. Aug. , 1891. 

ii. Martha Elizabeth, b. Nov. 16, 1863; was graduated at 
Smith College, Northampton, Mass., 1888; m. June 26, 
1888, at Dover, Rev. Charles Elliott St. John, son of 
Rev. Thomas E. and Henrietta M. (Knox) St. John, b. 
Dec. 19, 1856, at Prairie du Chien, Wis. Mr. St. John 
became secretary of the American Unitarian Association 
in 1900. Res., Brookline, Mass. Children (St. John) : 

1. Everett 10 b. Mar. 27, 1889. 

2. Harold, b. July 25, 1892. 

3. Lyman, b. May 8, 1899; d. Feb. 20, 1900. 

4. Prescott Keyes, b. May 8, 1S99; d. Feb. 24, 1900. 

iii. Edward Plummer, b. Sept. 2, 1865; d. July 2, 1869. 
iv. Charles Crandall, b. Sept. 11, 1871. 

v. George Osgood, b. Mar. 6, 1874; d. Dec. 15, 1891, at 
Rochester, N. H. 

489 

Dr. John T. 8 Evekett (Samuel F., 7 Josiah, 6 Josiah, 5 William, 11 
William, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born June 11, 1843, at New Portland, 
Me. ; married Oct. 14, 1864, in Michigan, Josephine Lemmo, 
daughter of James Lemmo, born at Clyde, O. He was edu- 
cated as a physician, was State senator, and in 1894, resided at 
Wichita, Kan. 

Children : 

i. Vernon L., 9 b. Nov. 16, 1865. 
ii. Veona J., b. Nov. 14, 1868; d. young. 
iii. Ernest T., b. Mar. 26, 1870. 

490 
Dr. Augustus Justine 8 Evekett (John Smith,' Francis,* 5 Jo- 
siah, 6 William, i William, 3 John 2 Richard 1 ), born Sept. 27, 1850, at 
Knoxville, Marion county, la. ; died Feb. 3, 1900, at Knoxville : 
married May 20, 1890, at Flaglers, Marion county, la., Ella M. 
Momyer, bom Feb. 12, 1869, at Flaglers. He was a physician. 
and resided at Knoxville. 
Child : 

i. Margaret Elizabeth, 9 b. June 6, 1896. 



310 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

491 

John McCown 8 Everett (John Smith, 7 Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 Wil- 
liam* William, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Oct. 1, 1857, in Marion 
county, la. ; married Mar. 26, 1884, at Promise City, Wayne 
county, la., Mary Isis Kinser, daughter of M. J. and E. J. Kinser, 
born Sept. 12, 1860, at Promise City. Residence, Des Moines, la. 

Children : 

i. Jessie E., 9 b. June 18, 1886. 
ii. Archie John, b. June 22, 1890. 
iii. Francis Edward, b. Sept. 28, 1892. 

492 

William Barnett 8 Everett (John Smith, 7 Francis, 6 Josiah? 
William,* William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 27, 1862, in 
Marion county, la. ; married Apr. 13, 1886, at Coal Ridge, la., 
Lilen Reynolds, daughter of L. M. and Adelaide Reynolds, born 
there Nov. 14, 1866. Residence, Pella, la. 

Children : 

i. Ruby A., 9 b. Dec. 28, 1887. 
ii. Earl Reynolds, b. June 7, 1889. 
iii. Hazel E., b. Oct. 23, 1891. 

493 
Warren James 8 Everett (John Smith, 7 Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 
William,* William, 5 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born May 31, 1865, in 
Marion county, la. ; married Oct. 10, 1889, at Knoxville, la., Ida 
Armstrong, daughter of Jackson and Sarah Armstrong, born Oct. 
24, 1866, in Marion county. Residence, Des Moines, la. 
Child: 

L Tessie M., 9 b. Nov. 1, 1890. 

494 
Dr. Francis Michael 8 Everett (Warren Day 7 Francis 6 
Josiah? William,* William? John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 10, 1840, 
in Mason county, West Va. ; died Sept. 28, 1895, at New York, 

la. ; married , 1861, in Iowa, Fidelia Barlow, born June 20, 

1845. He was a physician at Corydon, la. She resides at Silver 
Springs, Ark. 



Eighth Generation. 311 



Children : 

i. Leonora, 9 b. Dec. 20, 1862. 

ii. Burrus S., b. Aug. 27, 1864; d. Nov. 9, 1898. 

iii. Blanche, b. Dec. 26, 1866; m. Aug. — , 1885, Dr. E. J. 
Howard, of Corydon. 

iv. Claude W., b. Sept. 8, 1870; d. Oct. 19, 1898. 

v. Maud, b. May 6, 1874; m. Sept, — , 1892, Dr. J. A. Har- 
per, of Greenfield, la. 

495 
Dr. Burrus Smith 8 Everett ( Warren Day, 1 Francis? Josiah? 
William* William, 3 John? Richard 1 ), born Mar. 21, 1843, at Mor- 
gan City, Mo.; married Feb. 19, 1868, Mary E. F. Fletcher, 
daughter of Eli and Rebecca Fletcher, born Sept. 2, 1850, at 
Greencastle, Ind. He resides at Allerton, Wayne county, la., 
where he is city and county physician and division surgeon of the 
C. R. & P. R. R. They have an adopted daughter, Cora. 

496 

Rev. Melville Luther 8 Everett ( Warren Bay, 1 Francis? Jo- 
siah? William? William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Sept. 9, 1852, near 
Knoxville, Marion county, la. ; married Dec. 11, 1875, at Mexico, 
Mo., Margaret Marian Orear, daughter of B. F. Orear, of Mexico, 
Mo., of Huguenot ancestry. He is a Baptist evangelist and resides 
at Knoxville. 

Children : 

i. Warren Francis, 9 b. Nov. 18, 1876; d. Jan. 12, 1877. 
ii. Ernest Day, b. Jan. 24, 1878. Res., 1901, Kansas City, 

Kan. 
iii. Marguerite Blanche, b. Oct. 5, 1880. 
iv. Frank Orear, b. Mar. 14, 1883. 
v. John Paul, b. Aug. 21, 1885. 
vi. Emily Grace, b. July 14, 1888. 
vii. Melville Clarence, b. Nov. 21, 1890. 
viii. Alfred, b. July 3, 1893; d. Mar. 16, 1894. 

497 
Warren Douglas 8 Everett (Warren Bay 1 Francis, 6 Josiah? 
William? William? John? Richard 1 ), bom Oct. 2, 1860, in Wayne 
county, la.; died Sept. 27, 1901, at Burlington; married Feb. 2, 



312 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

1883, at Burlington, Kan., Jessie J. Burk, daughter of William 
and Sarah Burk, born May 2, 1867, at Burlington. 
Children : 

i. William D., 9 b. June 15, 1884. 

ii. Francis M., b. Apr. 3, 1887. 
iii. Ernest R., b. July 18, 1889. 
iv. Sarah E., b. June 25, 1891. 

v. May, b. May 2, 1895. 

498 

Rev. Paul Jones 8 Everett ( Warren Day, 1 Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 
William* William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Nov. 8, 1862, at 
Corydon, la. ; married 1st, May 26, 1887, at Sylvan Springs, Ark., 
Julia Randolph ; married 2d, Mar. 8, 1894, in Logan county, 
Oklahoma Territory, Nannie E. How, daughter of Charles E. and 
Hannah (Price) How, born Jan. 11, 1869, in Coffey Co., Kan. 
He is a Methodist minister, and resides at Orland, Oklahoma. 

Children : 

i. Carrie Day, 9 b. Mar. 13, 1888. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. Charles Warren, b. Feb. 18, 1895. 
iii. Paul Adelbert, b. May 24, 1897. 
iv. Ernest Rahe, b. Jan. 13, 1900. 

499 
John Smith 8 Everett (Francis, 7 Francis, 6 Josiah, 5 William, 4 
William, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Dec. 25, 1843, in Moniteau coun- 
ty, Mo. ; died April 17, 1897, at Mt. Ayr, la. ; married Oct. 17, 
1872, in Marion county, la., Amanda Lee, daughter of John and 
Nancy Lee, born in Pike county, 111.; died Mar. 2, 1899. In 
1847, he accompanied his parents from Missouri to Marion coun- 
ty, and lived on their farm until 1862 ; he enlisted for three years 
in company G, 40th regiment, Iowa Vol. infantry. After the war 
he worked on a farm until 1869, when he studied law, and was ad- 
mitted to the bar in 1872. He settled at Mt. Ayr, la., 1873, 
where he remains. In addition to his business as a lawyer, he 



Eighth Generation. 313 



deals in real estate and banking. In 1892, he was elected clerk of 
the district court. 

Children, born at Mt. Ayr : 

i. Frank Lee, 9 b. May 7, 1877. Res., Des Moines, 
ii. Mary B., b. Mar. 19, 1882. Res., Des Moines. 

500 

Anna Maria 8 Everitt (Sheldon Brownson? Charles? Abner, 5 
Daniel? Israel? John? Richard 1 '), born May 21, 1844, at Water- 
town, Conn. ; married 1st, May 20, 1868, at Ansonia, Conn., 
Josiah H. Whiting, born about 1843, at Richford, Conn. ; married 
2d, June 1, 1887, at Waterbuiy, Conn., Andrew J. Brockett, 
M. D., son of Alanson Brockett, born Mar. 22, 1836, at Bristol, 
O. They reside at Cleveland, O. He served during the Civil 
war as surgeon of the 1st regiment, Ohio Vol. Infantry, 6th Ohio 
Battery, and Bridges' Light Artillery of Chicago. 

Children (Whiting) : 

i. Louise Everett, 9 b. May 6, 1872; d. May 19, 1872. 
ii. Charles Everett, b. Sept. 4, 1874. 

501 
Edward Herman 8 Everitt (Sheldon Broivnson? Charles? 
Abner? Daniel? Israel? John? Biehard 1 ), born Jan. 6, 1856, at 
Waterbury, Conn. ; died there Jan. 13, 1894 ; married there Nov. — , 
1889, Elizabeth Isabel Howell. He was foreman in the Waterbui y, 
Conn., watch factory. 
Child: 

i. Dorothea Helen, 9 b. Aug. 29, 1890. 

502 
Frank 8 Everitt (Enoch Parsons? Russell? Isaiah? Ebenezer? 
Israel? John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 17, 1851, at Ellsworth Society, 
Sharon, Conn.; married Feb. 25, 1874, at Verona, N. Y., Susan 
Alida Toll, daughter of Daniel D. and Ruth (Hill) Toll, bora 
June 10, 1853, at Verona. 
Child, born at Sharon : 

i. Edward, 9 b. Apr. 26, 1875. 



314 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



503 

George Augustus 8 Everett (Samuel Elmore? Augustus, 6 
Ebe? Ebenezer? Israel, 2, John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 18, 1861; 
married Oct. 16, 1895, at Winsted, Conn., Minnie Esther Hawley, 
daughter of Levi and Almira (Ball) Hawley, born Nov. 13, 1868, 
at Winsted. Residence, 1895, Torrington, Conn. 

Children : 

i. Ruth Esther, 9 b. Apr. 30, 1897. 
ii. Samuel Elmore, b. June 26, 1900. 

504 
Dr. Walter C. 8 Everett (Elmore, 7 John, 6 Ebe, h Ebenezer? 
Israel? John? Richard 1 ), born June 27, 1871, at Nichols, N. Y. ; 
married Feb. — , 1895, Elizabeth V. Harris. He was graduated 
M. D., 1894, at the University of the City of New York. Resi- 
dence, Nichols. 

Child, born at Nichols : 

i. Oliver, 9 b. Apr. — , 1897. 

505 

Dr. John Elmore 8 Everett (Edward A., 7 John, 6 Ebe? Eben- 
ezer? Israel? John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 11, 1862, at Burlington, 
Pa. ; married May 28, 1890, at West Burlington, Gustie White- 
head, daughter of Samuel Whitehead, born Nov. 9, 1866, at Bur- 
lington. Dr. Everitt was fitted for Cornell University at the 
Ithaca, N. Y., High School, and then studied medicine, graduating 
M. D. 1887, at the Medical College of the University of the City 
of New York. He settled at Franklindale, Pa., and in 1897 was 
engaged there in the practice of his profession, having served his 
fellow-citizens as school director and township treasurer. 

Children, born at Franklindale : 

i. Thomas Edward, 9 b. Mar. 17, 1891. 
ii. John Samuel, b. June 28, 1894. 

506 
Rev. Samuel Pearce 8 Everett (Samuel, 7 Joshua, 6 Joshua, 6 
Joshua? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Jan. 26, 1826, at Mil- 
ford, N. H. ; married 1st, Apr. 9, 1848, at North Leverett, Mass., 



Eighth Generation. 315 



Nancy Alcesta Goodnow, daughter of Holland Goodnow, born 
June 25, 1829, at Montague, Mass. ; died Dec. 23, 1871, at Whit- 
ingham, Vt., while on a visit; married 2d, Apr. 10, 1873, Mrs. 
Carrie A. Stone, daughter of P Inlander Kendrick, born Dec. 11, 
1831, at Heath, Mass. ; died June 7, 1900, at Greenfield, Mass. 
He is a Baptist minister, and has had pastorates at various towns 
in New England. He was a member of the Massachusetts legis- 
lature, 1866 and 1871. Residence, 1901, Greenfield. 

Children, i, ii born at Worcester, Mass. ; iii-v at Rowe, Mass. ; 
vi at Coleraine, Mass. : 

i. Mary Jane, 9 b. Mar. 17, 1850. 

566. ii. Edward Samuel, b. Nov. 13, 1853. 
iii. Ella A., b. May 31, 1858. 

567. iv. Walter Goodnow, b. Aug. 21, 1860. 

v. Samuel Andrews, b. Feb. 15, 1866 ; A. B., Brown Univer- 
sity, 1891. Res., 1898, Providence, R. I. 

Children of second wife : 

vi. Etta May, b. , 1875 ; d. July 9, 1900. 

507 

Abram 8 Everett (Israel, 1 Joshua? Joshua? Joshua? Richard? 
John? Richard 1 *), born Nov. 4, 1829, at Princeton, Mass. ; married 
Nov. 28, 1860, at Fitchburg, Mass., Rebecca W. Grimes, daughter 
(by adoption) of Thaddeus Grimes, born Dec. 4, 1831, at Little- 
ton, Mass. Residence, 1898, Worcester, Mass., where he is deacon 
of the Pleasant Street Baptist Church. 

Children, born at Princeton : 

i. Henry Lexington, 9 b. Apr. 19, 1863; m. June 15, 1892, at 
Logan, Utah, Catherine Nelson, dau. of Edward W. Nel- 
son, b. Apr. 23, 1869, at Logan. He was graduated A. 1 1., 
Brown University, 1886; A.M., Harvard, 1889; was 
professor at Utah' Agricultural College, 1890-92, and at 
a college at Sao Paulo, Brazil, S. A., 1901. 

ii. Grace R,, b. May 5, 1865; m. Jan. 31, 1^97, Arthur G. 
Lewis. Res., 1898, Worcester. 

508 
Mendall Gilbert 8 Everett (Israel? Joshua? Joshua? Joshua? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Sept. 14, 1836, at Princeton, 



316 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Mass. ; died there Oct. 23, 1864 ; married June 14, 1860, at North 
Sedgwick, Me., Joanna M. Allen, daughter of Nathaniel and Nancy- 
Allen, born Mar. 31, 1844, at Sedgwick; died Nov. 7, 1887, 
at Millbury, Mass. She married second, June 23, 1875, at Mill- 
bury, Joseph E. Batcheller, son of Holland G. and Mary D. 
Batcheller. Mr. Everett was a private in company K, 53d regi- 
ment, Mass. Vols., during the Civil war. 
Children : 

i. Edward A., 9 b. Apr. 14, 1862 ; d. Apr. 24, 1886. 
ii. Mendall Herbert, b. June 8, 1865; d. Mar. 23, 1886. 

509 

Frederick Augustus 8 Everett (Joshua Titus,'' Joshua? 
Joshua? Joshua? Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born May 2, 1835, at 
Princeton, Mass. ; died May 28, 1877, at San Francisco, Cal. ; 
married 1st, July 15, 1867, at San Francisco, Emily W. Boyd, 

daughter of Capt. James Boyd, born , 1838, at Bloom ville, 

Ohio; died Nov. 19, 1871; married 2d, Aug. 24, 1876, Caroline 
A. Tatterson, of South Berwick, Me. Residence, San Francisco. 

Children, born at San Francisco : 

i. Carrie Boyd, 9 b. May — , 1868; d. Jan. 8, 1869. 
ii. Stella Brown, b. Dec. 15, 1869. 
hi. Boyd Augustus, b. Oct. 1, 1871 ; d. Oct. 26, 1871. 

510 

William F. 8 Everett (Metcalf? Paul? Josiah? Joshua? Rich- 
ard? John? Richard 1 ), born Feb. 7, 1845, at Wrentham, Mass. ; 
married Aug. 14, 1868, at Medway, Lucy Maria Blake, of Frank- 
lin, daughter of Seth and Mary Blake, born Oct. 8, 1838, at Bos- 
ton, Mass. Residence, 1897, Wrentham. 

Child, born at Wrentham : 

i. Chester B., 9 b. June 17, 1885. 

511 
Alfred Farrington 8 Everett (Silas Shepard? Silas? Josiah? 
Joshua? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Apr. 28, 1835, at North 
Adams, Mass. ; married July 4, 1857, at Natick, Mass., Maria W. 



Eighth Generation. 317 



Bullard, daughter of Silas and Adeline Jane Gilmore, born Feb. 
20, 1834, at Franklin, Mass. Residence, 1893, Franklin. 
Children, born at Franklin : 

568. i. Frank Adalbert, 9 b. June 10, 1858. 

ii. Eugene Ellsworth, b. Jan. 13, 1863; m. Nov. 10, 1897, 
at Boston, Mass., Maude Lillian Gates, dau. of Alfred 
Horatio and Ann Gates, b. Apr. 14, 1865, at Ilorton, 
la. He was graduated A. B., Brown University, 1894; 
M. D., Harvard University, 1898. Res., 1902, Boston. 

iii. Edward S., b. Nov. 17, 1864; ra. Aug. 6, 1889, at Essex, 
Vt., Winifred Emma Stackpole, dau. of Henry Bicker 
and Apphia (Swasey) Stackpole, b. July 11, 1869, at 
Duxbury, Vt. Res., 1902, Winchester, Mass. 

iv. Alfred Farrington, b. Oct. 26, 1872 ; d. Dec. 14, 1873. 

v. A child, b. Dec. 25, 1875; d. Dec. 25, 1875. 

vi. Waldo Clarence, b. July 24, 1877. 

512 

Edward S. 8 Everett (Silas Shepard, 7 Silas, 6 Josiah, 5 Joshua* 
Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 12, 1837, at Bennington, 
Vt. ; married Apr. 17, 1861, at Worcester, Mass., Ellen M. Rich, 
daughter of Elkanah and Lauretta M. Rich, born about 1860, at 
Worcester. 

Children, born at Worcester : 

i. Herbert Edward, 9 b. Feb. 16, 1863. 
ii. Gertrude, b. Mar. 15, 1870. 
iii. George R., b. Jan. 27, 1873. 
iv. Minnie, b. Mar. 30, 1877. 

513 

Stephen T. 8 Everett (Silas Shepard,' Silas, 6 Josiah, 6 Joshua,* 
Richard, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 30, 1843, at Providence, R. 
I. ; died there Oct. 24, 1897 ; married 1st, June 29, 1867, at 
Providence, Hattie Hannah Langford, daughter of Thomas and 

Jane Langford, born , 1845, in England ; married 2d, Mar. 

28, 1889, at Providence, Mrs. Delia Emma Lissett, daughter of 

Thomas J. and Caroline S. Sweet, b. , 1853, at Smithfield, 

R. I. She resided, 1898, at Providence. 

Children, born at Providence : 

i. Mary Langford, 9 b. Oct. 16, 1868. 
ii. Florence Louise, b. Sept. 25, 1876. 



318 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

514 

Charles Hazard 8 Everett (Josiah Fisk, 7 Silas, 6 Josiah, 5 
Joshua,* Richard, 3 Johyi, 2 Richard 1 }, born Feb. 14, 1837, at Provi- 
dence, R. I. ; married Aug. 30, 1869, at Providence, Susan Luthana 
Jordan, daughter of William and Harriet R. Jordan, born June 
24, 1844, at Providence. Residence, 1898, Providence. 

Children, born at Providence : 

i. Edward Arthur, 9 b. July 17, 1872; m. Jan. 3, 1894, at 
Pawtucket, R. I., May Isabella Miller, dau. of Joseph C. 

and Vesta G. Miller, b. , 1874, at Providence. 

Res., 1898, Providence. 

ii. Lillian Estelle, b. Sept. 23, 1876. 

iii. Charles J., b. Jan. 4, 1881. 

515 

Edward Chauncy Fuller 8 Everett (Josiah Fish, 1 Silas, 6 
Josiah, 5 Joshua,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Dec. 15, 1851, at 
Providence, R. I. ; died there Nov. 25, 1884 ; married Aug. 18, 
1874, at Providence, Lauretta Wright McDougald, daughter of 
Duncan Stewart and Harriet A. McDougald, born Aug. 18, 1853, 
at North Attleboro', Mass. 

Children, born at Providence : 

i. Mary Lauretta, 9 b. Mar. 1, 1876. 
ii. Fanny Dow, b. Aug. 27, 1882. 

516 

Silas Shepard 8 Everett (Frastus Davis,'' Silas, 6 Josiah, 5 
Joshua* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Oct. 27, 1841, at Boston, 
Mass. ; married Sept. 23, 1869, at Chelsea, Mass., Emma J. Wade, 
daughter of William and Irene Wade, born June 28, 1845, in Dig- 
by county, N. S. He was a private in the Civil war in company 
H, 13th regiment, Mass. Vols., Aug. 7, 1862, Aug. 1, 1864; resided 
at Boston until 1871, when he removed to Washington, D. C. 

Children : 

i. Annie Daggett, 9 b. July 25, 1870 ; d. Sept. 19, 1870. 
ii. William Wade, b. Aug. 23, 1871; m. June 9, 1897, Sara 
Van Trump Buckingham, dan. of David Eastman and 
Sara (Little) Buckingham, b. July 28, 1873. 
iii. Marion Clement, b. Mar. 6, 1873. 



Eighth Generation. 319 



iv. George Nichols, b. Jan. 2, 1876. 

v. Walter Woodward, b. May 13, 1881; d. Oct. 13, 1881. 
vi. Edith Emma, b. June 30, 1884. 

517 

Frank Dennison 8 Everett {Jacob Warren? Jacob, 6 Jeremiah? 
Jeremiah* Richard? John? Richard 1 }, born Dec. 6, 1839, at Hali- 
fax, Vt. ; married June 13, 1864, at Chicago, 111., Sarah E. 
Campbell, daughter of James Campbell, b. June 25, 1844, at 
Chicago. He was, in 1897, a wholesale dealer in boots and "shoes 
at Chicago, with a residence at Highland Park, 111 

Children : 

i. Adele May, 9 b. May 1, 1865. 

ii. Charles Francis, b. Nov. 21, 1872. 
ill. Frank Warren, b. Nov. 1, 1875. 
iv. James Campbell, b. June 10, 1881. 

v. Fannie Dennison, b. Sept. 28, 1884. 

vi. G. Warren, b. Oct. 3, 1888 ; d. Oct. 8, 1888. 

518 

Sumner Haynes 8 Everett {Joel Sumner, 1 Jacob? Jeremiah,' 
Jeremiah? Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born June 3, 1850, at Con 
stantinople, Turkey ; married June 6, 1878, at Brookfield, Mass. 
Clara Eliza Hamilton. After the death of his parents, he was 
adopted by Abel W. and Elizabeth T. Reed, of Brookfield, and in 
1871 Ms name was legally changed from Everett to Reed. 

Children (Reed) : 

i. Clara Everett, 9 b. Oct. 1, 1879. 
ii. Annie, b. Apr. 1, 1882; d. Apr. 1, 1882. 
iii. Faith Hamilton, b. Feb. 8, 1886. 
iv. Roger Everett, b. Nov. 1, 1891. 

519 
Charles Dwight 8 Everett {John Dwight? Jacob? Jeremiah? 

Jeremiah? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 11, 1849, at Hali- 
fax, Vt. ; died Apr. 9,1897, at Deerfield, Mass.; married Feb. 10, 
1875, at Montague, Mass., Alice Cobb Field, daughter of Jonathan 
Spencer and Sarah (Cobb) Field, born Aug. 2, 1850, at Deerfield. 
Residence, Deerfield. 



320 Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Children : 

i. Sadie Elsie, 9 b. July 16, 1877, at Deerfield, Mass. 

ii. Mabel Christine, b. July 1, 1882, at Orange, Mass.; d. . 

hi. Marguerite Field, b. Sept. 21, 1892, at Deerfield. 

520 
G. Taylor 8 Everett ( William, 7 Samuel, 6 Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah,* 
Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 *), born Mar. 10, 1849, in Marion county, 
Ohio; married Nov. 16, 1870, in Marion county, Sarah E. Davis, 
daughter of Nehemiah Davis, born Nov. 20, 1852, in Marion coun- 
ty. He has been a justice of the peace. 
Child: 

i. Alma Gale, 9 b. Aug. 6, 1871. 

521 

Millard Fillmore 8 Everett ( William, 7 Samuel, 6 Jeremiah, 5 
Jeremiah* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Jan. 10, 1851, in 
Marion county, Ohio; married Oct. 20, 1874, in Marion county, 
Nora E. Odaffer, daughter of D. D. and Lucinda Odaffer, born 
July 8, 1854, in Marion county. 

Children : 

i. Princess N., 9 b. Oct. 16, 1875. 

ii. William Roy, b. Feb. 25, 1878. 
iii. Bertha Mabel, b. Aug. 12, 1880. 
iv. Frederic F., b. Apr. 10, 1887. 

522 
Ralph W. 8 Everett (Samuel Franklin, 7 Samuel, 6 Jeremiah, 5 
Jeremiah,' 1 Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 14, 1873, in Pre- 
emption township, Mercer county, 111. ; married June 27, 1894, in 
Rural township, Rock Island county, 111., Lucy Mae Wads worth, 
daughter of Sandy Wadsworth, born Feb. 6, 1876, in Rock Island 
county. Residence, 1896, Mercer county. 
Child: 

i. Lillian, 9 b. Oct. 14, 1895. 

523 
Howard 8 Everett (Jay, 7 John, 6 Jeremiah, 5 Jeremiah,* Richard, 3 
John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 1, 1854, at Alameda, Cal. ; married 1st, 



Eighth Generation. 321 



July 21, 1880, at Lansing, Mich., Agnes E. Allyn, daughter of 
Charles D. Allyn, born Oct. 22, 1860, at Dexter, Mich. ; died 
Sept. 13, 1890; married 2d, Jan. 1, 1892, at Chelsea, Mich., 
Myrtie Spaulding, daughter of Dennis A. Spaulding, born June 
11, 1867, at Chelsea. Residence, 1893, Chelsea. 
Children : 

i. Charles Jay, 9 b. May 26, 1882 ; d. Sept. 17, 1882. 
ii. Susan D., b. Feb. 12, 1885. 

Child of second wife : 

iii. Merle H., b. Oct. 29, 1893. 

524 

Henry Phelps 8 Everett (Jay? John, 5 Jeremiah? Jeremiah,* 
Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Feb. 28, 1858, at Sharon, Mich. ; 
married Aug. 17, 1887, at Stockbridge, Mich., Flora Thompson, 
daughter of Asa Thompson, born July 21, 1862, at Lansing, Mich. 
Residence, 1893, Stockbridge, where he was a hardware merchant. 

Child : 

i. Mabel, 9 b. Dec. 1, 1891. 

525 

John Phelps 8 Everett (John, 7 John? Jeremiah? Jeremiah? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 }, born Mar. 25, 1861, at Chelsea, Mich. ; 
married Feb. 2, 1881, at Manhattan, Kan., Hattie Whitmore, 
daughter of John and Sarah Whitmore, born Dec. 23, 1859, in 
Henry county, 111. Residence, 1894, Antioch, Kan. 

Children : 

i. John Clyde, 9 b. July 20, 1882. 

ii. Lillie Irene, b. Feb. 27, 1884; d. June 8, 1888 
iii. Nellie Blanche, b. Jan. 21, 1887. 
iv. Harrison Stoddard, b. Mar. 7, 1889. 
v. James Fletcher, b. Mar. 8, 1891. 
vi. Frank Anderson, b. June 29, 1893. 

526 
Franklin B. 8 Everett (Brainard? Jonas? John? Jeremiah? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ), b. Dec. 2, 1831, at Orleans, N. Y. ; 
married May 12, 1857, at La Fayette, Ind., Emma Brackney. 



322 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children : 

i. Eugene, 9 b. Dec. 25, 1858. 
ii. Ida May, b. July 24, 1861. 

527 
De Volney 8 Everett (David E.,~ Dexter, 6 Levi, 5 Jeremiah* 
Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 '), born July 31, 1850, at Hill, N. H. ; 
married Oct. 18, 1873, at Lancaster, N. H., Jane Gordon Adams, 
daughter of Capt. Harvey and Nancy Dustin (Rowell) Adams, 
born Feb. 15, 1853, at Lancaster. Residence, New York City. 
Child, born at Concord, N. H. : 

i. Robert Gordon, 9 b. Sept. 14, 1880. 

528 

Charles A. 8 Everett (Jonathan G-ay,' Milton, 6 Levi, 5 Jeremiah,* 
Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ) born Oct. 31, 1844, at New London, N. 
H. ; died Dec. 30, 1897, at Providence, R. I. ; married July 22, 
1866, at New London, Angie G. White, daughter of William P. 
and Ann W. White, born June 16, 1839, at Marlboro', Mass. He 
was postmaster at East Greenwich, R. I., and a notary public and 
a collector at Providence. 

Children, born at New London : 

i. Agnes W., 9 b. Nov. 24, 1873. 
ii. Charles H., b. May 8, 1875. 

529 
George Washington 8 Everett (George Washington, 1 Jona- 
than, 6 Jonathan, 5 Jonathan,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Nov. 
22, 1853, at New London, N. H. ; married April 29, 1886, at 
Georgetown, Mass., Fannie L. Hobson, daughter of Eben and 

Clarence Hobson, born , 1853. Residence, 1894, Danvers, 

Mass. 

Child, born at Georgetown : 

i. George Wilber, 9 b. Sept. 4, 1887. 

530 
Jonathan Robert 8 Everett (G-eorge Washington, 1 Jonathan, 6 
Jonathan, 5 Jonathan,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Nov. 6, 



Eighth Generation. -Vl.'* 



1861, at New London, N. H. ; married Nov. 18,1891, at Rock- 
port, Mass., Elizabeth Jane Pettingell, daughter of Ephraim Small 
and Susan Lavinia (Gilbert) Pettingell, born Dec. 7, 1865. Resi- 
dence, 1899, Rockport. 

Children, born at Rockport : 

i. Edward Robert, 9 b. Oct. 21, 1892. 
ii. Ruth Lavinia, b. June 17, 1894. 
hi. Gilbert Frank, b. July 16, 1897. 

531 

Frank S. 8 Everett (Abiel Burpee, 7 Jonathan* Jonathan? Jona- 
than? Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Ma} 7 28, 1853, at New 
London, N. H. ; married Nov. 29, 1883, at Acton, Mass., Florence 
B. Perkins, daughter of Isaiah Perkins. Residences, Nashua and 
Antrim, N. H. 

Children : 

i. Lena May, 9 b. Nov. 18, 1886. 
ii. Edgar F., b. Aug. 7, 1889. 

532 
Edgar Lorenzo 8 Everett (Lorenzo Carter," 1 Pelatiah Mann? 
Pelatiah? Jonathan? Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born Aug. 11, 1848 
it Fitzwilliam, N. H. ; married Sept, 27, 1870, at Troy, Adelaide 
Williamson, daughter of Caleb and Sarah (Wood) Williamson. 
born Nov. 17, 1850. Residence, 1888, Troy, N. Y. 
Child: 

i. Frank Norton, 9 b. Jan. 3, 1879. 

533 

Joseph 8 Everett (Richard? Jesse? Nathaniel? Israel? Richard, 
John? Richard 1 ), born Nov. 16, 1833, at Hanover, N. H. ; married 
Jan. 1, 1860, at Bradford, Vt., Lucinda E. Horner, daughter oi 
Jason and Prudence (Andross) Horner, born Nov. 1, l s 4:i. at 
Fairlee, Vt. Residence, 1897, Bradford. 

Children : 

i. Mary Ella, 9 b. Feb. 24, 1861; m. July 3, 1 -Tl», Charlea G 
Simpson, of East Orange, Vt. 



324 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

569. ii. Edward H., b. June 28, 1863. 

iii. Minnie E., b. May 13, 1866; m. Apr. 5, 1886, Aldee E. 

Prescott, of East Orange. 
iv. Lillian I., b. Nov. 19, 1868; m. Sept. 30, 1885, George R. 

Brooks, of Corinth, Vt. 
v. Mattie M., b. Feb. 21, 1872 ; m. Feb. 23, 1890, Walter A. 

Davis, 
vi. Harry Ft., b. July 19, 1874. 
vii. Jessie I., b. Oct. 12, 1878. 
viii. Josie I., b. Oct. 12, 1878. 



534 

William H. 8 Everett ( William,'' Jesse, 6 Nathaniel, 5 Israel,* 
Richard? John," 1 Richard 1 '), born Feb. 23, 1844, at Hanover, N. H. ; 
married 1st, Feb. 25, 1875, at Adanisville, Mich., Hattie Thomp- 
son, daughter of Henry Thompson, born Dec. 1, 1851, at Adams- 
ville ; married 2d, June 24, 1883, in Kansas, Annie Rabinett, 
daughter of George Rabinett, born Dec. 3, 1865, at Washington, 
Ohio. He enlisted Aug. 30, 1861, in company I, N. H. battalion 
Vol. cavalry ; appointed corporal and twice captured ; was ex- 
changed and reenlisted Jan. 2, 1864, in the 1st regiment, N. H. 
Vol. cavalry; was appointed sergeant, and mustered out July 15, 
1865. Residence, 1897, Industry, Kan. 

Children : 

i. Nelly, 9 b. Nov. 27, 1875. 

Children of second wife : 

ii. Edmund, b. May 26, 1884. 

iii. George, b. Mar. 12, 1886. 

iv. Bertha, b. Mar. 26, 1888. 

v. Augusta, b. Feb. 13, 1891. 

vi. Susan, b. Apr. 5, 1894. 

vii. William H., b. May 7, 1897. 

535 

Cyrus Franklin 8 Everett (Samuel Rowley, 1 Samuel, 6 Nathan- 
iel, 5 Israel,* Richard? John," 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 24, 1832, at 
Hanover, N. H. ; died Nov. 10, 1895, at Hanover; married 1st, 
Oct. 25, 1860, Lydia Slade, of Hanover, daughter of Thompson 



Eighth Generation. 325 



Slade, born July — , 1841, probably at Canaan, N. H. ; died July 
29, 1862, at Hanover; married 2d, July 28, 1867, at Hanover, 
Phebe J. Austin, daughter of Robert Austin, born Aug. 18, 1833, 
at Rochester, Vt. He resided at Hanover. 
Children of second wife, born at Hanover : 

i. Samuel R, 9 b. Apr. 18, 1868 ; m. June 21, 1891, at Lyn- 
donville, Vt., Josephine M. Brown, daughter of Moses 
Brown, b. Oct. 18, 1865, at Albany, Vt. Res., 1897, 
Hanover. 

ii. Esther Jane, b. , 1870; m. June 15, 1887, at Lebanon, 

N. H., Edgar M. Miller, son of Elijah T. and B. Maria 

(Moore) Miller, b. , 1862, at Hanover. Res., 1897, 

Hanover. 

hi. Alice May, b. , 1872; m. Sept. 16, 1897, at Hanover, 

Fred. F. Russell, son of William and Celestia H. (Wing) 

Russell, b. , 1869, at Anson, Me. Res., 1897, Fall 

River, Mass. 

536 

Frank Hewes 8 Everett {Nathaniel Hemes," Samuel, 6 Nathan- 
iel, 5 Israel,* Richard, 8 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born May 24, 1851, at Ly- 
man, N. H. ; married 1st, Dec. 25, 1875, at Lancaster, N. H., 
Emma F. Farr, daughter of William W. and Rebecca N. Farr, born 
Apr. 6, 1851 ; married 2d, Jan. 12, 1882, at Bradford, Vt., Mary 
G. Simons, daughter of Royal and Lucina E. Simons, born Aug. 
11, 1852, at Orford, N. H. He was a dentist at Bradford, 1897. 

Children, born at Bradford : 

i. Fred. Emmond, b. Sept. 21, 1879. 

Child of second wife : 

ii. Edith Stearns, b. Oct. 26, 1882; d. May 30, 1897. 

537 

Edward Nathaniel 8 Everett {Nathaniel Hewes, 1 SamuelJ 
Nathaniel, 5 Israel,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), b. Sept. 14, 185.*,. 
at Lyman, N. H. ; married Oct. 12, 1875, Mary G. Elliot. Resi- 
dence, 1897, Haverhill, N. H. 

Children, born at Haverhill : 

i. Willie, 9 b. Feb. 22, 1877. 



326 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

ii. Ehvood, b. Dec. 2, 1882. 
iii. Charles, b. Sept. — , 1887. 
iv. Josie May, b. June 18, 1891. 

538 

Merrick 8 Everett (David IT., 7 Ebenezer? Ebenezer? Israel? 
Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born Sept. 30, 1833, at Stockbridge, 
Vt. ; married Dec. 2, 1861, at Stockbridge, Ellen S. Wilcox, 
daughter of William and Anna Wilcox, born Oct. 10, 1810, at 
Stockbridge ; died there Dec. 2, 1886. Residence, 1897, Stock- 
bridge. 

Children, born at Stockbridge : 

i. Albert W., 9 b. Feb. 21, 1866 ; m. Nov. — , 1890, Adelpha 
S. Dean, dau. of Warren and Ella Dean. Res., 1897, 
Rutland, Vt. 
ii. David E., b. Apr. 14, 1871. 
iii. Frank H., b. Sept. 1, 1872. 

539 

Nathan B. 8 Everett (Isaac Colburn, 7 Nathan, 6 William, 5 
Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born Aug. 18, 1850, at South 
Boston, Mass.; married Apr. 24, 1873, at Fall River, Mass., Mary 
N. Brightman, daughter of Horatio N. and Rebecca L. Brightman, 
born Mar. 25, 1854, at Fall River. Residence, Fall River, where 
he was an alderman in 1887 and 1890. 

Children, born at Fall River : 

i. Bertha Matilda, 9 b. Oct. 11, 1874. 
ii. Dana Colburn, b. July 9, 1877. 

540 

Frank Osgood 8 Everett (Isaac Colburn,' Nathan? William? 
Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born May 29, 1858, at Ded- 
ham, Mass. ; married 1st, May 14, 1881, at Dedham, Abbie E. 
Drew, daughter of Samuel B. and Hannah J. (Abbott) Drew, 
born at Concord, N. H., about 1860 ; married 2d, Dec. 22, 1886, 



Eighth Generation. :vi~ 



Emma L. Salmon, daughter of Henry H. and Mary W. Salmon. 
Residence, 1895, Dedham. 
Child of second wife : 

i. Alvin Osgood, 9 b. Sept. 18, 1887. 

541 

Amoey Fisher 8 Everett {Isaac Colburn? Nathan? William? 
Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born June 10, 1862, at Ded- 
ham, Mass. ; married Jan. 1, 1891, at Dedham, Annie B. Mosher, 
daughter of Uriah Mosher, born June 17, 18G7, in Nova Scotia. 
Residence, 1895, Stoddard, N. H. 

Children, i born at Dedham, ii at Stoddard : 

i. Marion Fisher, 9 b. June 20, 1892. 
ii. Ruth Eveline, b. Oct. 2, 1895. 

542 

Lyman Colburn 8 Everett {Isaac Colburn? Nathan? William? 
Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born Feb. 25, 1867, at Ded- 
ham, Mass. ; married Aug. 3, 1890, at Boston, Mass., Mary Flor- 
ence Connolly, daughter of Edward and Ellen Connolly, born 
Dec. 81, 1869, at Cambridge, Mass. Residence, Roxbury, Mass. 

Children, i born at Dedham, ii, iii at Roxbury : 

i. Edward Lyman, 9 b. Nov. 11, 1891. 
ii. Florence May, b. Dec 8, 1893. 
iii. Willard Colburn, b. Jan. 26, 1896. 

543 

Charles 8 Everett {Richard Boardman? Charles? Davi/: 1 
Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 ), born July 12, 1857, at Boston, 
Mass.: died Nov. 11, 1900; married June 15, 1882, at South 
Boston, Anna Williams Baker, daughter of Joseph F. and Sarah 
W. (Stetson) Baker, born Jan. 9, 1858, at Boston. In 1892, 
he became a member of the dry-goods firm of Wheelwright, 
Eldridge & Co., of Boston, and resided at Newton until his death. 

Child: 

i. Charles, 9 !). Oct. 11, 1888. 



328 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

544 

Henry Coffin 8 Everett (Richard Boardman? Charles? Da- 
vid? Israel? Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born July 22, 1859, at 
Boston, Mass. ; married June 11, 1885, at Barnstable, Mass., Ellen 
C. Tufts, daughter of Walter and Ellen H. Tufts, born in New- 
York City. In 1892, he became a member of the dry-goods firm 
of Lawrence & Co., of Boston, where he resided in 1902. 

Children, born at Boston : 

i. Richard Mather, 9 b. July 16, 1888. 
ii. Henry Coffin, b. June 6, 1891. 

545 

Alvin T. 8 Everett (Isaac? Joel? Isaac? Samuel? Isaac? 
Daniel? Richard 1 ), born Dec. 16, 1819, at Hampden, Me. ; died 
Oct. 22, 1888, at sea ; married Feb. 2, 1873, at South Orrington, 
Me., Sophia A. Stubbs. 

Children : 

i. Edward S., 9 b. Jan. 12, 1875. 
ii. Sadie E., b. Oct. 15, 1878. 
hi. Alice L., b. June 15, 1883. 

546 

Horace Buttles 8 Everett (Samuel Harlow? Samuel? Samuel? 
Israel? Josiah? Israel? Richard 1 ), born May 12, 1820, at Gran- 
ville, Ohio ; died Apr. 23, 1887, at Montville, O. ; married Oct. 
30, 1840, at Montville, Lurena Whitney, daughter of Samuel Piatt 
and Lois (Buttles) Whitney, born July 14, 1824, at East Gran- 
ville, Mass. He was a farmer, and lived on the original Everett 
farm in Granville, O., until 1853, when he sold it to his brother, 
Samuel Jarvis Everett, and removed to Montville. 

Children, i born at Granville, ii-iv at Montville : 

i. Alice Lurena, 9 b. Dec. 23, 1849 ; m. Oct. 30, 1875, John 
Bradley, of Trumbull, O. 

ii. Granville Whitney, b. June 28, 1857 ; d. Oct. 19, 1857. 
iii. Horace Ernest, b. May 29, 1859 ; d. July 14, 1859. 
iv. Alberta May, b. Apr. 29, 1861 ; d. July 30, 1861. 



Eighth Generation. 329 



547 

Samuel Jarvis 8 Everett (Samuel Harlow, 7 Samuel* Sam 
Israel* Josiah 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born Apr. 20, 1825, at G 
ville, Ohio; married Dec. 29, 1853, at Granville, Martha Hobart, 
daughter of Giles and Mary Hobart, born Mar. 9, 1834, at Gran- 
ville. He resided, 1894, on the original Everett farm at Gran- 
ville. He has served two terms as township trustee and two terms 
in the council. 

Children, born at Granville : 

i. Frank S., 9 b. Mar. 30, 1S57; d. Nov. 17, 1865. 
ii. Mary L., b. Mar. 3, 1860; m. Oct, 7, 1880, Newman F. 
Bales, son of David and Jennie (Mitchel) Bales, of 
Madison county, Ohio. Res., 1894, Jones county, Texas, 
iii. Samuel Albert, b. Oct. 13, 1865. 

iv. Giles Arthur, b. Apr. 3, 1868; m. May 24, 1894, Estella 
C. Perry, dau. of John and Elizabeth Perry. Res., 
1894, Granville, 
v. Hattie May, b. Jan. 11, 1873. 

548 

Jeremiah F. 8 Everett (Samuel Harlow, 7 Samuel, 6 Samuel,* 
Israel, 4 Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 15, 1831, at Gran- 
ville, Ohio ; married Dec. 29, 1868, in Oskaloosa, la., Charlotte 
E. Faxon, daughter of John Faxon, born Dec. 2, 1843, at Essex, 
Vt. He was educated at Denison Academy, Granville, and settled 
as a farmer and stock-breeder at Oskaloosa. He has been township 
clerk and district treasurer ; was a corporal in troop F, 4th regi- 
ment, Iowa cavalry, during the Civil war. His wife was a high 
school teacher at Burlington, Vt., Napa, Cal., Rock Island, 111.. 
and Oskaloosa, before her marriage. 

Children, born at Oskaloosa : 

i. Mary Eda, 9 b. Feb. 16, 1871 ; d. July 23, 1879. 

ii. Francis F., b. Jan. 29, 1875. 
hi. Edith M., b. Apr. 19, 1877. 
iv. Frederick W., b. Feb. 16, 1880. 

v. Anna J., b. May 17, 1883. 

549 
Israel Omer 8 Everett, now known as Omer K. Everett 
(Israel,' Samuel, 6 Samuel, 5 Israel, 4 Josiah, 3 Israel,- Richard 1 . iorn 



330 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Aug. 22, 1829, at Granville, Ohio ; married Nov. 11, 1857, at 
Dowagiac, Mich., Martha A. Fosdick, daughter of George W. and 
Sarah Fosdick, born Mar. 4, 1837, at LaGrange, Mich. ; died Jan. 
21, 1892, at Volinia, Mich. Residence, 1894, Volinia, where he 
was a farmer and fruit grower ; also, postmaster eight years. 
Children : 

i. Edgar Charles, 9 b. Aug. 15, 1858. 

ii. Mary Lucy, b. July 16, 1862 ; m. Mar. 1, 1883, at Volinia, 
Abram Whitten Sturr. 

550 

Alfred G. 8 Everett {Israel? Samuel? Samuel? Israel? Josiah? 
Israel? Richard 1 ), born Mar. 13, 1842, at Granville, Ohio ; married 
Feb. 14, 1866, at Portage, Ohio, Angeline Wing, daughter of 
J. W. and Susan P. Wing, born Jan. 21, 1843, at Green Springs, 
Ohio. 

He lived at Granville until 1856, when he went with his father 
to Wood county, Ohio. During the Civil war, he was a private 
in company H, 21st regiment, Ohio infantry, for four months ; in 
the band of the 55th regiment, Ohio Vol. infantry, for one year ; 
and then served as private in the 9th regiment, Ohio Vol. cavalry, 
1863-65, through the Atlanta campaign. After discharge from 
the army, he lived at West Millgrove, Ohio, until 1870, where he 
was a justice of the peace four years ; he then removed to Kansas, 
and resided, 1894, at Wichita, where he was again a justice of the 
peace, notary public, township trustee, and judge of the police 
court. 

Children : 

i. Arista L., 9 b. Dec. 28, 1866; m. May 12, 1887, Julien H. 

Barrier, who d. Aug. 24, 1887. 
ii. Edward W., b. Aug. 18, 1868. 
Hi. Charles E., b. July 21, 1870. 
iv. Franklin A., b. Aug. 26, 1872. 
v. Angeletta M., b. June 16, 1874; m. June 5, 1892, Joseph 

Worrel. 
vi. Harriet P., b. Oct. 21, 1878. 
vii. Arthur C, b. Oct. 31, 1880; d. June 14, 1882. 
viii. Rallie R., b. July 3, 1884. 



Eighth Generation. :;:;! 



551 

Clayton W. 8 Everett (Israel, 1 Samuel? Samuel? Israel? 
Jonah? Israel? Richard 1 ), born Apr. 11, 1844, at Granville, Ohio ; 
married Dec. 22, 1870, at Delaware, Ohio, Jennie A. Allen, 
laughter of Horace Allen, born Jan. 27, 1848, at Delaware. He 
is a lawyer, residing at Toledo, Ohio. 

Children, born at Toledo : 

i. Georgia B., 9 b. Mar. 22, 1873. 
ii. Mabel, b. Apr. 3, 1878. 

552 
Frank Barron 8 Everett (William Fitch? William? Nohle? 
Jonah? Josiah? Israel? Richard 1 ), born Oct. 23, 1850, at Sharon 
Centre, Ohio ; married Sept. 19, 1883, at Hebron, 111., Adeline 
Wickham, daughter of George S. Wickharn, born Aug. 27, 1850, at 
Hebron. Residence, 1894, Columbus, Ohio, where he was auditor 
for the Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo Railway Co. 
Child : 

i. Mabel Virginia, 9 b. July 28, 1885. 

553 

Charles Disney 8 Everett ( William Fitch? William? Noble? 
Josiah? Josiah? Israel? Richard 1 ), born Apr. 26, 1856, at Sharon 
Centre, Ohio ; married Dec. 30, 1886, at Columbus, Ohio, Agnes 
Keagle, daughter of Dr. Jacob S. Keagle, born June 2, 1862, at 
Carrol ton, Ohio. Residence, 1894, Columbus, where he was prin- 
cipal of the North High School. 

Children, born at Columbus : 

i. Frank Keagle, 9 b. Nov. 29, 1887. 
ii. Helen, b. July 15, 1890. 

554 
Charles Elisha 8 Everett (James Hinman? Elisha Einman? 

Noble? Josiah? Josiah? Israel? Richard 1 ), born Feb. 24, 1866, 
at Marlboro', Conn. ; married Apr. 30,1892, at East Hampton, 
Conn., Perilla J. A. Noetling, daughter of Dr. William Noetling, 



332 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

born Feb. 14, 1872, at East Hampton. Residence, 1893, Middle- 
town, Conn., where he was electrician of the Middletown Electric 
Light Co. 

Child, born at East Hampton : 

i. William N., 9 b. Mar. 10, 1893. 

555 

Emma Eugenia 8 Everett (Philo Marshall, 1 Elihu? Andrew? 
Josiah? Josiah? Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 15, 1839, at King- 
ston, N. Y. ; married May 3, 1863, Dan H. Ball, son of James 
and Lucy (Chandler) Ball, born Jan. 13, 1836, at Sempronius, 
N. Y. Residence, Marquette, Mich. 

Children (Ball), i, ii, iv-vi born at Marquette, iii at Houghton, 
Mich. : 

i. James Everett, 9 b. Oct. 8, 1864. 

ii. Charles Wilson, b. July 6, 1866; d. Mar. 14, 1867. 

iii. Emily Maud, b. Mar. 19, 1868. 

iv. Mabel Eugenia, b. Dec. 14, 1870. 

v. George Edward, b. Sept. 12, 1873. 

vi. Helen Grace, b. Dec. 16, 1874. 

556 

Edward Philo 8 Everett (Philo Marshall, 1 Elihu? Andrew? 
Josiah? Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born Feb. 26, 1842, at Jackson, 
Mich. ; married May 26, 1873, at Detroit, Mich., Lucinda Gunn, 
daughter of John Gunn, born Aug. 23, 1849, at Kingston, Out. 
Residence, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Children, i born at Dryden, ii at Caro, iii, iv at Grand Rapids, 
Mich. : 

i. William Albert, 9 b. Apr. 11, 1874. 

ii. Harvey Owen, b. Aug. 17, 1875; d. Feb. 27, 1890. 
iii. Rachel Mehitabel, b. Nov. 29, 1893. 
iv. Lois Ella, b. Mar. 10, 1895; d. Sept. 12, 1895. 

557 

Charles Marshall 8 Everett {Philo Marshall, 7 Elihu? Aiir 
drew, 5 Josiah? Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 ), born July 4, 1843, at 
Jackson, Mich. ; died Sept. 14, 1897, at Marquette, Mich. ; mar- 



Eighth Generation. 333 



ried Dec. 28, 1871, at Toledo, Ohio, Nellie C. Keith, daughter of 
Alpheus Keith, born July 15, 1847, at Monroe, Mich. Residence, 
Marquette. 

Children, born at Marquette : 

i. Charles Raymond, 9 b. May 8, 1873. 
ii. Margie Bell, b. Sept. 29, 1876. 

558 

Ellen Mehitabel 8 Everett (Philo Marshall,' Elihu, 6 An- 
drew? Josiah,* Josiah, 3 Israel, 2 Richard 1 '), born Jan. 11, 1845, at 
Jackson, Mich. ; married Byron Philander Robbins, son of Philan- 
der and Harriet (Wetmore) Robbins, born Nov. 10, 1839, at Nor- 
folk, N. Y. ; died June 18, 1888. Residence, Marquette, Mich. 

Children (Robbins), born at Marquette: 

i. Arthur Edward, 9 b. July 17, 1871. 
ii. Walter, b. Mar. 8, 1875. 

559 

Ira G. 8 Everett (John Cyrus,' Elihu, 6 Andrew, 5 Josiah* 
Josiah, 8 Israel, 2 Richard 1 '), born Oct. 9, 1858; married Apr. 13, 
1882, Minerva A. Snyder. 

Children : 

i. Lillian Ethel, 9 b. Nov. 27, 1882. 
ii. Nevin C, b. Sept. 26, 1889. 



NINTH GENERATION. 

560 

George Oliver 9 Everett (George F., s George Whiting, 7 
George, 6 John, 5 Joseph, 4 John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Nov. 23, 
1871, at Pawtucket, R. I. ; married Nov. 22, 1891, Mary Angeline 
Foster, daughter of Joseph H. and Ellen Foster, of Pawtucket. 

Children, born at Pawtucket : 

i. Ellen Frances, 10 b. Apr. 5, 1893; d. Apr. 9, 1893. 
ii. Mildred Austin, b. May 28, 1894. 

561 
Arthur Greene 9 Everett (Thomas Blake, s Otis, 1 Otis, 6 
Oliver, 5 Joseph,* John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 14, 1855, at 
Roxbury, Mass. ; married Sept. 6, 1886, at Boston, Mass., Geor- 
giana Hughes, daughter of George and Elizabeth Eleanor (Parrott) 
Hughes, born Aug. 20, 1859. Residence, Boston, where he is an 
architect, of the firm of Everett & Mead. 
Child: 

i. Emilie Hughes, 10 b. Oct. 22, 1887. 

562 

Francis Eugene 9 Everett ( Charles Francis? Charles,' 1 Eben- 
ezer, 6 Ebenezer, 5 Ebenezer? John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born June 24, 
1855, at Walpole, Mass. ; married Dec. 25, 1878, at Norwood, 
Mass., Melinda Agnes Pratt, daughter of Elias E. and Melinda 
A. (Hatch) Pratt, born June 5, 1860, at South Scituate, Mass. 
Residence, Norwood. 

Children, born at Norwood : 

i. Eldon Francis, 10 b. July 17, 1894. 
ii. Edward Pierce, b. Jan. 10, 1898. 



Ninth Generation. 835 



563 

Charles Walter 9 Everett {Daniel Ellis, 8 Charles, 7 Ebene- 
zer, 6 Ebenezer, 5 Menezer, 4 John* John, 2 Richard 1 '), born Dec. 26, 
1857, at Walpole, Mass.; married Apr. 7, 1886, Mary J. Giles, 
daughter of Allen and Anna Giles, born Jan. 15, 1867, at Wal- 
pole. Resides at Walpole. 

Children, born at Walpole : 

i. Howard Force, 10 b. Jan. 1, 1887. 
ii. Raymond Walter, b. Jan. 2, 1894. 
iii. Harold Hill, b. Sept. 14, 1897. 

564 
Commander William Henry 9 Everett {William Moore, 8 
Linus Smith, 1 Linus, 6 Andreiv, 5 Ebenezer, 4 John, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), 
born Mar. 6, 1847 ; married Aug. 6, 1885, at Portsmouth, N. H., 
Bessie Bell Hackett, daughter of William H. and Mary W. 
(Healey) Hackett, born Feb. 28, 1863, at Portsmouth. He 
entered the United States Naval Academy as midshipman, July 
23,1863; graduated 1868; served in the Brazil squadron on the 
" Pawnee," " Portsmouth," and " Guerriere " ; returned to the 
United States in 1869; promoted ensign, Apr. 19, 1869; served 
in the West Indies on the "Nantasket," Wyoming," and -'Con- 
gress"; promoted master, July 12, 1870, and lieutenant, Dec. 17, 
1873; served in the North Atlantic squadron, the Asiatic squad- 
ron, on the Nautical Almanac, at the New York navy yard, and 
the hydrographic office, Boston, Mass. ; lieutenant-commander, 
Dec. 6, 1894; commander, Mar. 3, 1899; stationed, 1902, Charles- 
town Navy Yard. Residence, Boston. 

565 
Theodore 9 Everett {Clarendon Adam*," Imcws? Phinehasf 
Phinehas, 5 Ebenezer, 4 John 3 John 2 Richard 1 ), born Oct. 2, 1862, 
at Dover, N. H. ; married Sept. 20, 1888, at New Hartford, Conn., 
Luna E. Vickery, daughter of John and Abigail W. Vickery, bom 
Dec. 10, 1861, at Unity, Me. He was graduated .M. 1>. ;it Har- 
vard University, 1888, and practirrd at Haverhill, Ma<s. Resi- 



336 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

dence, Boston, Mass., where he and his brother, Horace Delano 
Everett, are managers of the Everett Press Co. 
Children : 

i. Caroline Vickery, 10 b. Oct. 3, 1890. 
ii. Judith Delano, b. Nov. 9, 1891. 

566 

Dr. Edward Samuel 9 Everett (Samuel Pearce, 8 Samuel, 7 
Joshua, 6 Joshua, 5 Joshua,* Richard? John, 2 Richard 1 }, born Nov. 13, 
1853, at Worcester, Mass. ; married Oct. 3, 1883, at Warren, Mass., 
Carrie Greene, daughter of Henry Greene, born Nov. 10, 1856, at 
Ware, Mass. ; died Sept. 26, 1899, at Lacon, 111. He was grad- 
uated M. D. at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Penn., 
1882 ; resided at Clinton, Mass., and Wichita, Kan. ; was a mem- 
ber of the Medical Staff of the Wichita Hospital, and demon- 
strator of anatomy at Wichita Medical College. Residence, 1901, 
Lacon. 

Child, born at Lacon : 

i. Samuel Henry, 10 b. Oct. 27, 1898. 

567 

Prof. Walter Goodnow 9 Everett (Samuel Pearce, 8 Samuel, 7 
Joshua, 6 Joshua, 5 Joshua* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born Aug. 
21, 1860, at Rowe, Mass. ; married Dec. 24, 1885, at Amherst, 
Mass., Harriet M. Cleaveland, daughter of Arba and Clarissa 
Cleaveland, born Mar. 3, 1860, at Chanhassen, Minn. He was 
graduated A. B., at Brown University, 1885 ; private tutor at Prov- 
idence, R. I., 1885-89 ; instructor in Greek at Brown University, 
1889-90; in Latin, 1890-94; associate professor of Philosophy 
and of Natural Theology 1894. Residence, Providence. 

Children, born at Providence : 

i. Marion Bertha, 10 b. Mar. 25, 1888. 
ii. Helen, b. Dec 8, 1891. 

568 
Rev. Frank Adelbert 9 Everett (Alfred Farrington, 8 Silas 
Shepard, 7 Silas, 6 Josiah, 5 Joshua,* Richard, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 ), born 



Ninth Generation. :;:;7 



June 10, 1858, at Franklin, Mass.; married Nov. 22, 1883, at 
Cambridge, Mass., Netta Oranda Gould, daughter of William 
Horace and Nancy Jane Gould, born May 17, 1857, at Goshen, N. H. 
He was graduated A. B., at Brown University, 1882 ; S. T. B., 
Boston University, 1886. He is a minister of the Methodist de- 
nomination, and a member of the New England Conference, in 
which he has filled appointments at Princeton, Mass., 1886 ; 
Lunenburg, Mass., 1887 ; Charlton City, Mass., 1890 ; Ashland, 
Mass., 1894; Oxford, Mass., 1895; and Uxbridge, Mass., 1900, 
where he resides (1902). 
Children : 

i. Paul Ellsworth, 10 b. Oct. 28, 1885, at Abington, Mass. 
ii. Ruth Agnes, b. Dec. 29, 1886, at Princeton, 
iii. Edward Irving, b. Apr. 8, 1889, at Lunenburg. 
iv. Mary Locke, b. Nov. 22, 1890, at Charlton. 

v. Helen Newton, b. Oct. 17, 1898, at Charlton. 

569 
Edward H. 9 Everett (Joseph, 8 Richard, 1 Jesse? Nathaniel? 
Israel* Richard? John? Richard 1 '), born June 28, 1863 ; married 
July 3, 1884, Kate A. Davis, of Bradford, Vt. 

Children : 

i. Florence E., 10 b. Mar. 31, 1886. 
ii. Leland J., b. Mar. 7, 1893. 



SUPPLEMENT. 



6 
Third line, for Mary Browne read Mercy Browne. She was 
daughter of Boaz and Mary (Winship) Browne, of Concord, 
Dedham and Stow, Mass. See will of Boaz Browne, probated 
May 8, 1724, Middlesex Co. probate records. 

20 

iii. Maky 5 Everett {Daniel, 4 Israel, 3 John, 2 Richard 1 '), born 
June 6, 1754, at Woodbury, Conn. ; married Dec. 5, 1776, at Nor- 
folk, Conn., Dea. David Frisbie, born Dec. 15, 1750, at Branford, 
Conn. ; died July 15, 1837, at Norfolk. 

Children (Frisbie), born at Norfolk : 

i. Olive, 6 b. Aug. 29, 1778 ; d. , 1795. 

ii. Irene, b. Mar. 5, 1780 ; d. Jan. 5, 1849, at Wheeling, Va. ; 
ra. Mar. 22, 1804, at Norfolk, Earl Percival Hawley, b. 
Nov. 16, 1781, at Norfolk; d. Mar. 12, 1862, at Musca- 
tine, la. Children (Hawley), born at Norfolk : 

1. Charlotte, 7 b. June 16, 1805; d. July 16, 1841; m. May 

— , 1830, Austin Belden. 

2. Lucia, b. Apr. 15, 1807; d. June 18, 1857, at Lafayette, 

Ind. ; m. Jan. 11, 1841, at New Albany, Ind., Israel 
Dickinson, b. July 9, 1S05, at Pittsfield, Mass.; d. 
Sept. 28, 1886, at Toledo, Ohio. Children (Dickin- 
son): 

(1) Clara White,* b. Mar. 8, 1S42, at Wilkes Barre, 

Penn. ;res., 1901, Toledo; m. Nov. 4, 1S6S, David 
B. Claflin, who d. Oct. 3, 1S95. 

(2) Oliver Partridge, b. Oct. 29, 1844, at Wilkes 

Barre; res., 1901, Chicago, 111.; m. 1st, Oct. 
23, 1871, at Chicago, Jennie Enpey, who d. 
Aug. 11, 1S80; m. 2d, Mar. 14, 1889, Mrs. Car- 
rie R. Shepherd. Children : 1. Henry White,* 
b. Aug. 22, 1846; d. June 5, 1848. 2. Laura 
Maria, b. Dec. 20, 1849, at Wheeling; res., 
1901, Toledo. 3. Elizabeth Irene, b. Feb. 26, 
1853, at Lafayette; res., 1901, Toledo. 



Supplement. 339 



iii. John Calvin, b. July 13, 1783; m. Nov. 29, 1804, Laura 
Mills, dan. of Lawrence Mills. 

iv. David, b. Jan. 10, 1785; m. Mercy Walter, dau. of Stephen 
Walter. 

v. Martin Luther, b. May 24, 1787; d. in Va. 

vi. Polly, b. , 1793 ; m. July 24, 1827, at Norfolk, Har- 
vey Lewis. 

vii. Miranda, b. Jan. — , 1795; m. Oct. 10, 1819, Willard 
Holmes, of Winsted, Conn. 

21 

vii. Sylvia 5 Everit (Rbenezer? Israel? John? Richard 1 ), born 
Dec. 16, 1764, at Sharon, Conn. ; died there Dec. 9, 1800 ; married 
probably in 1786, David Marvin, son of Joseph and Katharine (St. 
John) Marvin, born Dec. 2, 1764, at Sharon : died June 19, 1841. 

Children (Marvin), born at Sharon : 

i. Katharine, 6 b. Jan. 24, 1788; d. , 1873; m. James 

Stevens. 

h. Eleanor ("Lanor" in the Ellsworth Church records), b. 
Sept. 28, 1789; d. Aug. 8, 1840 ; m. , 1810, Alexan- 
der Gordon, son of Robert and Jane (Kasson) Gordon, 
b. May 1, 1767 ; d. Feb. 22, 1821. Res., Woodbury, 
Conn. 

iii. John, b. May 26, 1792; m. , 1852, Julia Bacon. 

iv. Lucretia, b. Mar. 7, 1794; m. Oct. 20, 1822, at Sharon, 
Elijah Marsh. 

v. Betsey, b. May 22, 1795; d. Jan. 27, ls57; m. Dec. 1, 
1819, Jabez Swift. 

vi. Lucy C, b. Apr. 18, 1798; d. May 28, 1827; m. Mar. 1, 
1821, at Sharon, Eliakim Northrup. 

102 
ii. Eliza Gore 7 Weld, d. Dec. 4, 1901, at Boston, 
iii. Mary Ripley Boyd, d. Dec. 6, 1897, at Boston. 

124 
iii. Relief Vincent 7 Buffum, d. Feb. 23, 1902, at San Fran- 
cisco. 

142 

iv. Betsey 7 Everett ( Josiah? Josiah? William? William? 
John? Richard 1 ), born July 13, 1793, at Dedham, .Mass. ; died 
Oct. 19, 1872, at New Portland, Me. ; married at New Portland. 
Dec. 19, 1811, William Mitchell. 



340 Descendants of Richard Everett. 

Children (Mitchell) : 

i. Eliza, 8 b. May 5, 1812 ; m. Richard Hutchins. 

ii. Clarissa, b. Sept. 10, 1813; m. Alvin Hayden. 

iii. Lydia, b. Apr. 29, 1815 ; m. John Whittier. 

iv. Cynthia, b. Mar. 17, 1817 ; m. Ward Hutchins. 

v. Rachel, b. Apr. 24, 1819; ra. 1st, Benj. Churchill; in. 2d, 
Moses Grant. 

vi. William, b. Nov. 5, 1821. 
vii. James, b. Feb. 10, 1823. 
viii. John Everett, b. Feb. 28, 1825. 

ix. Marquis De Lafayette, b. May 12, 1827. 

x. Lucy, b. Mar. 8, 1829 ; m. Joel Hilton. 

xi. Betsey, b. June 17, 1832; m. Leonard Voter. 

220 
Rachel (Ford) Everett, widow of William 7 Everett, died 
May 11, 1902, at Dorchester, Mass. 

221 
George 7 Everett (Miphalet? John, 5 Joseph* John? John? 
Richard 1 '), born Jan. 14, 1824, at Roxbury, Mass. ; died July 12, 
1863, at Gettysburg, Penn. ; married Nov. 8, 1848, Rebecca Frost 
Tates, daughter of John Britton and Elizabeth (Tufts) Tates, 
born Oct. 31, 1824, at Boston, Mass. They resided at Roxbury, 
where Mr. Everett was in the express business. He enlisted in 
company K, 1st Mass. infantry, May 24, 1861. He took part in 
twenty-two engagements ; was wounded at Gettysburg, July 2, 
1863, and died in the field hospital ten days later. 

285 
vi. Philip Lesley 8 Hale, m. June 11, 1902, at Hartford, Conn., 
Lilian C. Wescott, dau. of Edward Gardiner Wescott. 

396 

Silas Kendrick 7 Everett, died Sept. 20, 1866, at New York. 
His wife, Sarah Holmes Goff, a daughter of Stephen Goff, was 
born Apr. 4, 1806, at Boston, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Edward Clarence, 8 m. Jan. — , 1857, Lida Ross, dau. of Wil- 
liam and Eliza Ross, of Elizabeth, N. J. 



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ii. Charles James ; d. Jan. 26, 1901 ; m. Oct. 15, 1863, at New- 
York, Constance Frances Minns, dau. of William and 
Eliza Ann (Alden) Minns, b. Dec 12, 1839, at New 
York. Children, i b. at New York, ii— vi at Tenarly, 
N. Y. : 

1. Constance Louise,* b. May 25, 1S65; d. Aug. 5, 1901. 

2. Charles James, b. Mar. 21, 1S68. 

3. Ethel, b. July 27, 1870. 

4. Agnes Howard, b. May 13, 1872. 

5. William Minns, b. Feb. 10, 1874. 

6. Christabel M., b. Dec. 25, 1875. 

iv. Henry \V., b. Dec. 29, 1842; m. Feb. 9, 1888, at New 
York, Ella Waite De Forrest, dau. of Samuel J. Wal- 
lace and Caroline (Waite) Truman. 

vi. Marian Jones, m. Apr. 15, 1879, Henry Alexander Barling, 
son of H. A. Barling, of Englewood, N. J. Children 
(Barling) : 

1. Henry Alexander,* b. Feb. 15, 1SS0; d. Feb. 15, 18S0. 

2. Harriet Everett, b. Feb. 16, 1SS1; in. Apr. 9, 1901, Fred- 

erick Eugene Trotter. Child (Trotter): Harriet Ev- 
erett, 10 b. Jan. 7, 1902. 

3. Elizabeth Anna,.b. July 22, 18S2; d. Mar. 27, lss5. 

4. Henry Alexander, b. July 15, 18S4. 

5. Marian Everett, b. June 29, 1S86. 

6. Constance, b. Mar. 27, 1889. 

7. Dorothy Linton, b. May 6, 1891. 

8. Linton, b. June 6, 1893. 

9. Emily, b. Nov. 23, 1895. 

vii. Silas Kendrick, m. Dec. 9, 1886, Druceil Rue, dau. of Ja- 
cob Bergen and Adaline Pennington (Conover) Rue, of 
Freehold, N. J. Children: 

1. Harry Sheridan,* b. Sept. 2, 1887. 

2. Silas Kendrick, b. May 2, 1S89. 

3. Dorothy, b. Jan. 25, 1892. 

4. Harriette, b. Oct. 12, 1895. 

5. Marjorie, b. Jan. 9, 1897. 

6. Drusilla, b. Apr. 6, 1901. 

4S8 

i. 1. Vivien 10 Humphrey, b. Aug. 28, 1891. 



INDEX. 



Abbot, Abiel 119 
Elinor Everett 119 
Elinor Russell 119 
Emilv 119 
Emily (Everett) 119 
Eunice (Wales) 119 
Ezra 119 

Fanny (Larcom) 119 
Frederic Vaughan 119 
Harry Ellingwood 119 
Henry Dehon 119 
Henry Larcom 119 
Joseph Hale 119 
Marion Beatrice 119 
Marion Stanley 119 
Mary S. (Everett) 119 
Phebe 119 
Phebe (Abbot) 119 
Sarah Julie (Dehon) 119 

Abbott, Hannah J. 326 
Isham Franklin 178 
Jemima 51 
Lois (Everett) ITS 
Lucy 111 
Orissa 254 

Abram, Margaret (Has- 
lem) 30-1 
Martha C. 304 
William 304 

Abrams, Mary 304 

Adams. Abraham 86 
Alfred M. 233 
Andrew 75 
Ann C. 232 
Benjamin 72, 218 
Betsey A. (Everett) 165 
Daniel 232 
Dennis H. 165 
Dolly (Everett) 86 
Eliza Ann (Sylvester- 
Everett) 233 
Harvey 322 



Adams, Helen Cordis 218 

Jane Gordon 322 

John 67 

John Quincy 120, 123 

Julia A. 280 

Lucv 232 

M. Augusta 232 

Mary 139 

Marv (Collins) 165 

Nancy D. (Rowell) 322 

Nathan 2S0 

Olivia (Everett) 72 

Priscilla 72 

Roxana (Prouty) 280 

Solomon 165 
Albertson, Amelia 270 
Alden, Eliza Ann 341 
Aldrich, Abigail 168 

Abigail A. (Everett) 168 

Isaac 168 
Alexander, Jane 73 

Mary 73 

William 73 
Allen, Benjamin 81 

Catherine (Everett) 40 

Cynthia 267 

Cynthia (Amadon) 267 

David 138 

Eleazer 42 

George T. 239 

Horace 331 

Jennie A. 331 

Joanna M. 316 

John 14 

John J. 267 

Katherine (Everett) 91 

Marv 42, 43 

Marv (Battle) 42 

Marv (Torrey) 81 

Micah 40 

Nancy 3 16 

Nathaniel :;iti 



Allen, Rebecca 81 

Reuben, 91 

Sabra M. (Everett) 281 

Sabrina 171 

Virginia P. (Everett- 
Frazer) 239 

William 281 
Allerton, Lucy 150 
Allyn, Agnes G. 321 

Charles D. 321 
Amadon, Cynthia 267 
Ames, Fisher 67 
Amsbury, Almira P. 236 

Catherine 236 

Francis Everett 236 

Henrietta 236 

Horace Allen 236 

Lewis Norton 236 

Matthew James 236 

Pollv (Everett) 236 

William 236 

William F. 236 
Andrews, Artie B. 305 

Chloe (Everett) 60 

Daniel 60 

Ella J. (Everett) 252 

Eunice (Avered) 52 

Eunice S. 252 

Hannah 60 

Joel 60 

Nathaniel 252 

O. A. 306 

Titus 52 

Warren P. 252 
Andross, Prudence 323 
Annis, Esther 293 

Frauces E. 298 

John 293 

Anson, L88 

Appleton, Dorothy 139 

[saac 189 

Thomas Gold L88 



344 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Appleton, Mary (Adams) 

139 
Applin, Paulina 267 
Armstrong, Henry 266 

Ida 310 

Jackson 310 

Martha G. (Everett) 266 

Sarah 310 
Arnold, 70 

Eliza (Stafford) 229 

Harvey J. 229 

Julia 230 

Maria 120 

Mary (Everett) 69, 70 
Atwood, Florence 261 
Austin, Charles 185 

Frances B. K. 185 

Margaret F. 185 

Phebe J. 325 

Kobert 325 
Avered, Aaron 53 

Abigail 52 

Abigail (Beach) 52 

Abner 39, 54, 97, 98, 99 

Ambrose 54, 97, 99 

Amelia 53 

Amos 54, 96, 97, 99 

Andrew 53 

Anna 52, 98 

Anna (Page) 96, 97 

Augustus 97 

Betsey 99 

Bethiah (Thompson) 53 

Billious 99 

Damaris 55 

Diana 53 

Edmond 54 

Edmund 98, 99 

Elihu 53 

Eliphal (Shattuck) 97 

Elizabeth 39, 53 

Elizabeth (Cooke) 39 

Elizabeth Shattuck 98 

Eunice 52, 54, 55, 97 

Eunice (Hall) 54 

Eunice (Minor) 55 

Hannah 52, 53 

Hannah (Hinman) 52, 
53 

Hannah (Mattoon) 99 

Harry P. 99 

Israel, 39, 52 

Josiah 38, 39, 52, 53, 54 

Lois 55 

Lydia 54 

Lydia (Beach) 53 

Lyman 98 

Mabel 53 

Mary 53, 55 



Avered, Mary (Comstock) 
55 

Mical 52 

Moses 53, 55 

Nancy 98, 99 

Noble 53 

Noyes 98 

Paulina 98 

Philena 98 

Polly 99 

Ransom 97 

Reuben 39, 53, 54, 55 

Samuel 52 

Sarah 39, 52, 97 

Sarah (Rice) 98 

Seth 39, 55 

Thaddeus 99 

Timothy 39, 55 

Worcester 98 

Wyllis 99 

[See also Avery, Ev- 
erit, Everett] 
Averet, Ambrose 97, 99 

Amos 97, 99 
Averit, Ambrose 99 
Avery, 16 

Abigail 182 

Abby C. 182 

Abner 54 

Ambrose 97 

Amos 97 

Anna 99 

Anne 97 

Edmond 54 

Edward 99 

Emily 182 

Esther 48 

Lucy (Everit) 46 

Lyman 98 

Margaret 48 

Marilda (Cook) 182 

Mary 35, 46, 182 

Polly 181 

Sally (Jones) 182 

Sherlock 182 

W. C. 182 

William 46, 48 

Worcester 98 

Wyllis 181, 182 

[See also Averet, Av- 
ered, Everit, Ev- 
erett] 
Axtell, Abigail Hill (Ev- 
erett) 174 

R. A. 174 
Ayer, 86 

Eunice (Everett) 86 
Ayers, Aaron 51 

Rebecca (Everett) 51 



Babcock, Daniel 80 

Mercy (Starkey) 80 
Bacon, Abigail 59, 60 

Abigail (Dean) 59 

Albert 207 

Ann (Johnston) 304 

Cynthia (Leonard) 207 

Emma C. (Everett) 304 

James 304 

Julia 339 

William 59 

Zipthora 279 
Backus, 86 

Olive (Everett) 86 

Sarah 36 
Badcock, Benjamin 36 

Hannah, 36 
Bagley, George W. 287 

Mary Frances 287 

Sarah 287 
Bailey, Ezekiel 263 

Irene 235 

Julia Ann 235 

Martha J. 263 
Baird, George W. 250 

Mary Ann 250 
Baker, Alonzo K. 162 

Amos A. 289 

Andrew J. 162 

Anna Williams 327 

Aphia 162 

Benjamin F. 162 

Betsey K. (Felch) 162 

Charles S. 162 

Clarissa 162 

Clarissa (Everett) 162 

Elvira 162 

George W. 162 

Hannah 234 

Hannah E. 162 

Hiram 162 

John 162 

John E. 162 

Joseph F. 327 

Lizzie C. (Stearns) 162 

Lyman 162 

Mary 162 

Mary E. (Chadwick) 162 

Mary E. (Harvey) 162 

Penuel E. 162 

Sally 75 

Sarah J. (Felch) 162 

Sarah W. (Stetson) 327 

Sophia G. 162 
Balch, Lucy 64 

Mary (Sumner) 64 

Thomas 64 
Balcom, Caroline S. 155 

Emily 155 



Index. 



345 



Balcom, George Wash- 
ington 15.*) 

Hiram G. 155 

Jacob 57 

Jesse 155 

John 155 

John Everett 155 

Sarah Ann 155 

Sarah (Everett) 155 

Tryphena (Everett) 57 

William 155 
Baldwin, Jennie C. 296 
Bales, David 329 

Jennie (Mitchel) 329 

Mary L. (Everett) 329 

Newman F. 329 
Balkeom, John 81 

Sally 81 
Ball, Almira 314 

Charles Wilson 332 

Dan 11. 332 

Emily Mand 332 

Emma Eugenia (Ever- 
ett) 332 ' 

George Edward 332 

Helen Grace 332 

James 332 

James Everett 332 

Lucy (Chandler) 332 " 

Mabel Eugenia 332 
Ballard, A. (Everett) 85 

Frederic 85 
Ballou, Perry 101 

Susan (Everett) 101 
Banks (Gen.) 213 
Barber, Elizabeth J. 

(Salisbury) 251 
Bardeus, Elijah >- 

Hannah (Everett) 58 
Barling, Constance 341 

Dorothy L. 341 

Elizabeth A. 341 

Emily 341 

Harriet E. 341 

Henry A. 341 

Linton 341 

Marian E. 341 

Marian J. (Everett) 341 
Barnard, Ann 1 is 

John 118 

Mary IS'.) 

Mary C. (Everett) 1 is 

Nancy lis 

William Page 118 
Barnes, 99 

Tolly (Avercd) 99 
Barlow, Benjamin F. 150 

Fidelia 310 

Francis C. 218 



Barlow, Lucy (Allerton) 

150 

Mabel (Everitt) L50 

Thomas 150 
Barrett, Amos 195 

Elizabet li Morse L95 

George II. 298 

Lucy (Wheeler) 195 

Sarah F. 298 
Barrier, Arista L. (Ever- 
ett) 330 

Julien H. 33,0 
Barron, Elizabeth 24s 

Mary 282 

Samuel S. 282 
Barrows, Alfred L60 

Dora (Draper) 102 

Loisa (Everett) L60 

Louis A. 162 
Bartlett, Benoni 'is 

Clement 142 

Hannah (Everett) 65 

Henry 65 

Jane 167 

Lucius 111 

Maria (Everett) 111 

Mercy 142 

Nancy (Everett -Draper) 
142 

Khoda (Everett) lis 

William 142 
Bartol, Mary (Low) L02 
Barton, Charles F. 184 

Harriet A. (Everett) 184 

Herbert Arthur 1st 

Ida Louise 184 

Maria Augusta is; 

Theodore Winthrop L8 I 

William A. is! 

William E. 1st 
Batchelder, Joanna 1 17 
Batcheller, Holland G. 
316 

Holland N. 250 

Joanna M. (Allen-Ev- 
erett) 316 

Joseph E. 316 

Mary D. 316 

Ruth Eli a 250 
Bates, Mary !•'. 
Battoll, Helen Maria (Ev- 
erett) l'.M 

J. Edwin l'.M 

Josiah 10! 

Susan toi 
Bat1 le, Ebenezer 70 

Lucy 70 

Mary 12 

Prudence 70 



Beach, Abigail 52 

I lannali 52 
Beach, Lydia 5;; 

Richard 52 
Heal, Lydia 02, 93 
Bean, 63 

< aniline K. 256 

Hannah 03 

Harriet 0:'. 

Mary 63 

Moses 63 

Sarah 63 

Sarah (Everett) 03 

Seth ''.3 
I!' ardsley, Betsey (Evei 
itt) 77 

David Washington 77 

Emory L38 

Joseph 77 

Mary (Everett) L38 
Beaubien, Jean M. 284 
Beaumont, Sarah (Ever- 
ett) 36 

William 36 
Beckwith, 112 

Matilda (Everett) 112 
Beecher, Achsah Jane 
(Judson) 140 

Cornelia Helen 244 

John Willis 140 

Julia L. (Everitt) L49 

Lyman 222 

Mary Foote 222 

Roxanna (Foote) 222 

Stiles Miner I to 
Beeman, Abigail (Ever- 
ett) 77 

Daniel 77 

Susan 248 
Leers. Adelia V. (Hoyt) 
230 

Elizabeth 2s:'. 

Francis Everett 230 

Isaac 236 

Lewis Franklin 236 

Lyman 230 

Mary Olivia 230 

Sally (Everett) 236 
Belcher, Augustus 11. 270 

Edward A. 270 

Ellen A. (Everetl 279 

Mary 10. Ml 

Zipthora G. (Bacon) 279 
Belden, Austin 33s 

Charlotte (Hav 
Bell, C. H. 265 
Belville, Abigail \. (E\ 

erell) i 

J. J. 239 



34G 



Descendants of Hichard Everett. 



Bemis, Catherine 91 


Blackman, Adam 141 


Booth, Laura 244 


Edmund 87 


Mary (Belcher) 141 


Mary 264 


Benedict, Abigail 53 


Sarah 141 


Bourne, Frances 120 


Alfred E. 227 


Blake, David P. 279 


Bowen, John 79 


Archie H. 227 


Elizabeth Lowell 189 


Bowers, 230 


Byron I. 227 


Lucy Maria 316 


Kate (Everett) 230 


Edgar P. 227 


Mary 316 


Susan J. 225 


Edwin 227 


Mary (Barnard) 189 


Bowker, Daniel F. 267 


Roselle E. (Everett) 227 


Mary Park 279 


Dorothy ( Crombie) 267 


Roy A. 227 


Polly 279 


Elijah 267 


Sherwood E. 227 


Seth 316 


Ira 70 


Benjamin (Mrs.), M. G. 


Thomas 189 


Julia (Everett) 69, 70 


256 


Blanchard, David H. 288 


Mary E. (Everett) 267 


Bennett, John 31 


James 140 


Bowman, Cynthia (Allen- 


Mary 34 


Julia 288 


Everett) 267 


Mary (Everett) 31 


Louisa 225 


Helen M. 273 


Bentley, George H. 229 


Mary (Haley) 288 


Joseph 267 


Miranda (Harkness)229 


Susan (Everett) 140 


Boyd, Emily W. 316 


Berry, David 208 


Blancber, Eplnaim 38 


Francis 105 


Marriett (Stobbins) 208 


Mary (Everett) 38 


James 105, 316 


Bickford, Celinda 293 


Bleecker, Alexander 198 


Lulu Irene 286 


Palemon 293 


Mary Noel 198 


Margaret (Curry) 105 


Rosilla G. 293 


Blodgett, Arthur 158 


Mary Ripley (Everett) 


Bicknell, Abigail (Ever- 


Edwin 158 


105, 339 


ett) 59 


Elbridge 158 


Susan S. (Onthank) 286 


Joseph 59 


Elizabeth 158 


Thomas 286 


Bidloman, Sarah 260 


Elizabeth (Everett) 158 


Boyden, Hannah 35 


Billings, John H. 213 


Ellen 158 


Boyle, Elizabeth 116 


Mary A. 213 


Simeon 15S 


John 116 


Mary Ann 172 


Sumner 158 


Brackney, Emma 321 


Sarah 73 


Bodine, Edward Everett 


Bradford, Betsey C. (Dil- 


Sophia (Fogg) 213 


Seymour 240 


lard-Kempton-Ever- 


Bird, 95 


Harriet A. (Everett) 240 


ett) 179 


Atwood 53 


Harriet Elizabeth 240 


E. Winslow 180 


Elizabeth 58 


Helen Frances 240 


Bradlee, Abigail Ann 289 


Elizabeth (Avered) 53 


John G. 240 


Bradley, Alice Lurena 


Fanny Louise 1S7 


Katherine Eveline 240 


(Everett) 328 


George 187 


Mary Eliza 240 


Betsey (Avered) 99 


Joanna 64 


Peter 240 


Chauncey 99 


Jonathan 64 


Virginia Magdalene 240 


John 328 


Louise (Ward) 187 


Bogert, A. O. 266 


Breed, Martha (Everett) 


Ruth (Robinson) 64 


Mary C. (Everett) 266 


83 


Silence 44 


Bond, Austin L. 233 


Mary Ellen 225 


Birdsall, Eunice 209 


Comfort (Everett) 90 


Reuben 83 


Hannah 209 


George W. 233 


Breeden, Capttola Jemi- 


Bishop, Benjamin 69 


John 90 


ma (Everett-Webber) 


Hannah (Everett-Jack- 


Mary 233 


239 


son-Fairbanks) 69 


Sarah Sophia (Everett- 


Robert 239 


Simeon 69 


Webber) 233 


Brickley, Henry 252 


Bixby, Amanda 165 


Bonett, Almena L. (Ev- 


Julia Anna 252 


Daniel 165 


erett) 273 


Lydia (Potter) 252 


Black, Daniel 27 


James 273 


Briggs, Mary 228 


Blackington, Hopsiboth 


Bonney E. (Everitt) 241 


Brightman, Horatio N. 


168 


Harriet E. 241 


326 


Margaret (Everett) 48 


Herman E. 241 


Mary N. 326 


Pentecost 49 


Maria A. 241 


Rebecca L. 326 


Peter 48 


Mary J. 241 


Brinckerhoff, Eve M. 255 


Rebecca 49 


William 241 


Gertrude (Schuyler) 255 


Rebecca (Figget) 49 


William C. 241 


John 255 



Index. 



:;17 



Britton, Flavilla 260 


Buckingham, David East- 


Campbell, Benjamin F. 


Brockett, Alanson 313 


man 3 IS 


100 


Andrew J. 313 


Sara (Little) 31S 


Eliza M. (Everett) 100 


Anna Maria (Evoritt- 


Sara Van Trump 318 


James 319 


Whiting) 313 


Buckley, Frank E. 245 


Sarah E. 319 


Brooks, Ann (Gorham) 


Mary C. (Everitt) 2!.". 


(Jane, Hannah (Everett) 


121 


Buckman, Anna 135 


138 


Charlotte Gray 121 


Margaret 91 


John 138 


George R. 324 


Buffum, John W. 120 ' 


Canfield, Ann Eliza 244 


Lillian I. (Everett) 324 


Maria (Arnold) 120 


Cornelia II. (Beecher) 


Mary 157 


Relief Vincent (Ever- 


244 


Peter Chardon 121, 218 


ett) 120, 339 


George 211 


Phillips 21S 


Thomas 120 


1 upon, Ebonozer 59 


Brown, Adella 135 


Bugbee, Eunice (Everett) 


Elijah 58 


Amelia (Albertson) 270 


50 


Elizabeth (Bird) 58 


Betsey (Everett) 02 


Samuel 50 


Elizabeth (Leeds) 59 


Eliza 248 


Bullard, Lydia 113 


Mary 58 


Emma 151 


Maria W. (Gilmore) 


Susannah 59 


Jane E. (Leonard) 207 


316, 317 


Capron, David 160 


Jesse 158 


Mary 63 


Julino 160 


John 206 


William 32, 62, 142 


Carloton, Francos (Evor- 


Joseph 248, 250 


Bullen, Moletiah 38 


ett) 1 14 


Josephine M. 325 


Bumstead, — — 15 


John W. 114 


Mary Ann (Everett) 158 


Bunker, John 148 


Carlton, James B. 13.*> 


Mary E. 303 


Phebe 148 


Mary A. (Everett) 135 


Mary Whitney (Ever- 


Burgess, Mercy 111 


Carpenter, Abigail 171 


itt) 248 


Bnrk, Jessie J. 312 


Adeline (Evorett) 1 1 1 


Mindwoll (Everett) 86 


Sarah 312 


Benoni 114 


Moses 325 


William 312 


Hiram 230 


Nathan 86 


Burpee, Apphia 166 


James Polk 238 


Peter 207 


Asa 166 


Joanna M. (Evorett) 


Sally, 250 


Mary (Perloy) 166 


238 


Sarah B. 270 


Burr, Abigail E. (Everitt ) 


Lillian R. 230 


Thomas 154 


181 


Margaret 48 


William 151, 270 


Almonia C. 169 


Patience 48 


Browne, Boaz 338 


James 181 


Zachariah 48 


Mary 34, 338 


Jehu 10 


Carr, Hamilton 158 


Mary (Winship) 33S 


Joshua 169 


Sally L58 


Mercy 338 


Burrell, Eliza 100 


Sophia 158 


Brownell, Elizabeth M. 


Jerusha 100 


( larrier, Alpha 78 


(Reed) 256 


Lemuel 100 


John 78 


George L. 256 


Burrit, Nancy 149 


Lervey (Daley) 7s 


Brownson, Israel 76 


Burt, Samuel 272 


Kutli (Everitt) 78 


Jodidah 76 


Bush, Phillips Call 131 


( larsley, Eliza Jane 270 


Bruce, Eunice 202 


Bushnell, Hannah (Evor- 


Carter, Abigail L68 


Bryant, Charity 203 


ett) 96 


Anna (Smith) L68 


Cullen 203 


Hattie 229 


Esther 1 to 


Cyrus 203 


Henry 96 


1 n< liana 308 


Everett 203 


Butler, Hannah 95 


James <;. 308 


Hiram 207 


Buttles, Annis 177 


Joseph 168 


Julia 203 


Jonathan 177 


Marion D. (Everett) 308 


Julia (Everett) 203 


Lois, 32S 


Samuel <;. ;.n> 


Laura M. 297 


Lois (Viets) 177 


( !ary, Augustus 17:'. 


Marius 203 


Byam, Martha 265 


Margaret 1'.. (Evorett) 


Peter 203 


■ 
■ 


17:: 


William Cullen 203 


Calef, Harriet Amanda 


Caswell, Abigail i<«> 


Buchanan, George 290 


266 


( ;il heart, John 1 12 


Letitia 200 


Calkins, Benjamin 230 


Chadwick, Mary E. LOS 


Sarah G. (Miles) 290 


Mary Ann 230 


Chaffee, Abigail 150 



348 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Chaffee, Betsey Ann 
(Youngs) 243, 244 

Clarissa 149, 243 

Dorothy (Hyde) 150 

Elizabeth 77 

Eugene 274 

Hannah E. 78 

Joel 150 

Joel St. John 243, 244 

Joshua 77 

Julia 244 

Mary (St. John) 77 

Olive M. (Everett) 274 
Chamberlain, Annie B.204 

William O. 204 
Chandler, Lucy 332 
Chapman, Albert J. 204 

Asa 77 

Caleb 46 

Elizabeth (Chaffee) 77 

Elizab'h (Everett-Otis) 
102 

Esther 46, 77 

Irene (Everit) 46 

Oliver S. 102 

Sarah A. (Tower) 204 
Chase, Alice F. (Everett) 
225 

Persis F. 157 

Robert A. 225 
Chesley, Rebecca 271 
Chick, Eva R. 262 

Nancy J. (Quimby) 262 

Thomas C. 202 
Chickering, Annis 31 
Child, Adrian 107 

Jeanette Gr. (Everett) 
167 

Lemuel 74 
Childs, Richard 104 
Chubb, Capt. 27 
Church, Edwin A. 294 

Grace M. 294 

Laura A. (Train) 294 
Churchill, Benjamin 340 

George H. 303 

Jane (Everett) 142 

Lucy 234 

Margaret Eva 303 

Mary E. 303 

Rachel (Mitchell) 340 

Tobias 142 

William 234 
Clallin, Clara W. (Dickin- 
son) 338 

David B. 338 
Clap, Abigail 44 

Elizabeth (Ever-ett- 
Wotherbee) 44 



Clap, Hannah 44, 72 

Joshua 44 

Mary 62 

Mary (Bullard) 63 

Sarah 72 

Seth 44, 62, 63 

Silence (Bird) 44 

Thomas 44, 72 
Clapp, 98 

Ebenezer 64 

Elizabeth 72 

Elizabeth (Hall) 64 

Hannah 64 

Joseph 106 

Mary 112 

Mille Gay (Everett) 106 

Paulina (Avered) 98 

Sally 105 
Clark, 92 

Abigail (Everett) 92 

Arunah 94 

Catherine 91 

Elan G. 255 

Elizabeth F. 264 

Hannah (Everett) 40 

Jemima 114 

Joel 273 

Joseph 300 

Lilla 273 

Lucius 98 

Mary 110, 308 

Mary Josephine 300 

Mindwell (Everett) 94 

Nancy 300 

Nathan 40 

Oliver 110 

Phebe 110, 112 

Philena (Avered) 98 

Rhoda A. (Everett) 255 

Robert W. 264 

Susan 308 

William 308 
Cleaveland, Arba 336 

Clarissa 336 

Harriet M. 336 
Clement, Benj. M. 167 

David 254 

Fanny (Everett) 85 

John 85 

Mary Spear 254 

Rachel 167 

Rachel (Horrick) 107 
Clements, E. Frank 210 

Julia M. (Everett) 210 
Cloudman, Charles G. 251 

Jane 251 

Jennie E. (Everett) 
251 

John G. 251 



Clough, Betsey 70 
Cobb, Annie E. (Everett) 
308 

Henry II. 308 

Sarah 319 
Coburn, Maria 160 
Cochran, David 71 

Susan (Everett) 71 
Coe, Carrie (Everett) 
259 

Frantz n. 259 
Coffin, Eliza 277 

Henry 277 

Lydia C. 277 
Cogswell, Elva E. 207 
Colburn, Bothiah 41 

Ebenezer 43 

Elizabeth 174 

Hepzibah 174 

Isaac 174 

Joseph 43 

Mehitable 43 

Mercy (Everett) 43 

Sally 174 
Colby, Anthony 87 

Mary (Everett) 87 . 
Colcord, Abigail 160 
Cole, Elizabeth U. (Ever- 
itt) 145 

Hanson 145 

Sarah I. 261 
Coleman, Albert W. 190 

Clarissa M. (Daniols) 
190 

Elizabeth (Everett) 190 

John F. 196 
Collar. Amanda (Everett) 
209 

Henry 209 
Collier, Parnel (Shaw) 
200 

Tryphona 200 

William 200 
Collins, Espery 207 

Helen (Everett) 109 

John G. 109 

Joseph 202 

Martha G. 202 

Mary 105 

Mary A. 301 

Phebe 262 
Comstock, Mary 55 
Congdon, Nancy E. (Ev- 
erett) 193 

Samuel B. 193 
Connelly, Rebecca 90 
Conner, Camilla 223 

Mary D. (Lewis) 223 

Philip S. P. 223 



Index. 



349 



Conolly, Edward 327 


Crosby [Crosbeo], Elea- 


Cutting, Lydia (Merriam) 


Ellen 327 


nor F. (Davis) 27S 


87 


Mary Florence 327 


Hannah 28 


Mary 87 


Conover, Adaline P. 341 


Hannah (Everett) 29 


Susanna 35 


Conrow, Catherine 304 


Tdolene S. (Hooper) 278 




Converse, 25 


Simon 28, 29 


Daggel t, Abigail 80 


Frances M. (Thompson- 


Sumner 27S 


Daniel SI 


Everett) 2(17 


William Sumner 278 


Ebenezer 254 


Nelson 207 


Cross, Abigail ('. (Ever- 


Hannah(Everett) 80, 81 


Cook, Elisha 181 


ett) 157 


Mercy Shepard 25 1 


Isaac 98 


Ephraim 157 


Rhoda so 


Marilda 182 


Hannah 105 


Sally (Maxcy) 254 


Roxalana 181 


Crouch, B. F. 239 


Daley, Lervey 78 


Cooke, Elizabeth 39 


Sarah C. (Everett) 239 


Daniels, ( llarissa .M. 196 


Sarah (Mason) 39 


Croxford, Betsey 232 


Catherine ( Everetl ) 112 


Thomas 39 


Crum, Sylvia 250 


Landon 1 12 


Cooley, Sabra 281 


Cudmore, Mary 245 


Darby, Virginia 248 


Cooper, Alida 242 


Cud worth, Thirza 208 


Darling, Aaron |ti;i 


Sarah 233 


Culver, Edward 30 


Adelia W. ( Everett) 260 


Copley, Frances C. 247 


Sarah 30 


Edward 260 


Harry G. 247 


Sarah (Backus) 30 


Freelove 169 


Ilovcy Evoritt 247 


Cummings, Lydia IIol- 


Mercy (Pratt) Hi'.', L70 


John G. 247 


brook (Everett) 115 


Dascomb, Hannah 135 


Lauren 247 


Samuel Reed 115 


Davenport, Annie 162 


Sally (Stone) 247 


Cummins, Alice Dundas 


Celestinc \V. (Draper) 


Sarah F. (Evoritt) 247 


(Everett) 302 


162 


Corbett, Ann C. 186 


Everett 302 


Edward \V. 102 


Corbin, Abigail (Bene- 


Harriet Everett 302 


Davis, Almond II. 278 


dict) 53 


William A. 302 


Benjamin 7"' 


Daniel 53 


William Dundas 302 


Edward Everett 27-- 


Mabel (Averod) 53 


Currier, Mary 232 


Eleanor Frances 278 


Peter 53 


Curry, Margaret 105 


Elizabeth 173 


Cordeckor, Emily F.( Ev- 


Curtis, Augusta R. 190 


Elizabeth '1'. (Everett) 


erett) 260 


Charity (Everitt) 70 


278 


John 206 


Cornelia Walley 190,289 


Fannie M. 297 


Coryell, Emanuel 150 


Elizabeth Everett 190 


Harriet K. 263 


Sarah 150 


Elizabeth (Fisher) 190 


J. ('. Bancroft 219 


Cotton, John 121 


Henry 190 


James W. 297 


Crabb, Minnie (Moore) 


Henry Bass 190 


Kate A. 337 


257 


Homer 70 


Lucy ( Everetl ) 75 


Crafts, Sarah E. (John- 


Lucy R. (Osborn) 190 


.Mat tie M. (Everett) 324 


son) 264 


Mary R. (Everett) 104 


Neheiniah 257, 320 


Crandol, Abraham 181 


Nancy (Shepard) 101 


Princess M. 1 E\ erel 1 ) 


Orpha Statira (Everitt) 


Rebecca L. (Everett) 190 


257 


181 


Russell Hurd 190 


Richard 263 


Crane, Sarah 105 


Samuel l(tl 


Sarah E. 320 


Crapo, Jane 142 


Samuel s. 104 


W. K. 257 


Crary, Rebecca (Everett) 


Curtiss, Ellen Harriet 243 


Waller A. 321 


•JO 


Erastus 243 


Dawes, Francis I low land 


Roger 38 


Harriot (Tanner) 243 


11 1 


Crawford, Almira S. (Ev- 


Cutter, Dexter J. 286 


Melissa (Everett) 1 11 


erett) 166 


Lucy Richardson 286 


Mercy (Burgess) 1 1 1 


Eliza R. 166 


Manasseh 67 


Milehel 11 1 


Luther 100 


Sarah 286 


Day, Albert 161 


Maria B. 166 


Curzon, Margaret Serle 


Andrew .1. 306 


Crohore. Mary 20 


22 1 


Bethiah (Everett) 37 


Crittenden, Hannah 39 


Cutting, 00 


< .11 : ie M. 306 


Crombio, Dorothy 207 


Betsey (Everett) '.mi 


Charlotte (Everotl 


Crook, Polly 135 


Josiah 87 


Charlotte Everetl 101 



350 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Day, Elizabeth (Hidden) 


Dickinson, Henry W. 338 


Draper, Celestine Wal- 


161 


Israel 338 


cott 162 


Ellen 161 


Jennie (Enpey) 338 


Charles 142 


George 161 


Laura M. 338 


Dora 162 


Ichabod 74 


Lucia (Hawley) 338 


Eliza 234 


James 161 


Oliver P. 338 


Ellen 162 


Joanna (Everett) 74 


Dickson, Anne C. 233 


Emma R. (Walcott) 162 


Jonathan 37, 161 


Isaiah 233 


Francis Samuel 162 


Loam mi 161 


Sarah (Cooper) 233 


Frank Eugene 162 


Maria 161 


Dike, Nicholas 82 


Hannah (Baker) 234 


Mary 161 


Dillard, Benjamin 179 


Hannah (Everett) 34 


Mary A. (Nealej 161 


Betsey C. 179 


Harriet Eliza (Robin- 


Mary (Jillison) 161 


Mercy 179 


son) 162 


Orion 74 


Dimmock, William Rey- 


Henrietta Edith(Wood) 


Susan 161 


nolds 220 


162 


Dean, 37 


Doak, Jennie 288 


Josiah 84, 162 


Abigail 59 


Doane, Harriet G. 307 


Josiah Everett 162 


Adelpha S. 326 


Nellie 307 


Mandana (Everett) 84, 


Ebenezer 41, 193 


Thomas K. S. 307 


162 


Elizabeth (Everett-Ran- 


Dodd, Julia Ann 210 


Michael 234 


dall) 40 


Mary (Parker) 210 


Mille 162 


Ella 326 


Rufus 210 


Mille (Draper) 162 


Hannah 185 


Dodge, Amos 167 


Nancy (Everett) 142 


Hannah (Everett-Sea- 


Emily Gates (Everett) 


Samuel 162 


ver) 37 


167 


Drayton, Fanny 260 


Isaac 40 


Frances Curtis Shodd 


Joseph 260 


Jeremiah 51 


135 


Melinda 260 


John 185 


John 171 


Drew, Abbie E. 326 


Judith 41 


Mary (Potter) 171 


Hannah J. (Abbott) 326 


Julia 291, 292 


Nancy F. (Everett) 171 


Henry 168 


Lois 193 


Polly (Crook) 135 


Samuel B. 326 


Lucy 193 


Simeon 135 


Sarah E. (Everett) 16S 


Milly (Ellis) 185 


Solomon Haskell 171 


Drummond, M. A. (Tur- 


Warren 326 


Doggett, John 183 


ner) 188 


DeGar, H. Julia (Everett) 


Dolliver, Joseph 32 


Dudley, Ann (Robinson) 


260 


Rachel (Rice-Everett) 


32 


James 260 


32 


Benjamin 32 


Dehon, Sara Julio 119 


Doolittle, Ephraim 72 


Joseph 32 


De Lacy, Julia 296 


Lydia 103 


Paul 220 


Delano, Elizabeth (White) 


Dow, Abraham 133 


Tabitha (Everett) 32 


209 


Albert F. 225 


Thomas 220 


Isaac 209 


Elizabeth 133 


Duor, Alice 217 


Judith 209 


Lemuel 90 


Duffy, Anne (Fox) 304 


Dolemater, Huldah (Ev- 


Mary A. (Everett) 225 


Elizabeth M. (Everett) 


erett) 137 


Mary J. (Montgomery) 


304 


James 137 


225 


Fred C. 304 


Denham, Andrew 251 


Rebecca (Connelly-Ev- 


Patrick 304 


Rosa 251 


erett) 90 


Dunbar, Aaron 97 


Dennison, Hannah B. 255 


Salmon 90 


Dundas, Harriet 213 


Derby, Charles 192 


William M. 225 


Mary 213 


Grace O. (Everett) 192 


Downes, Henrietta (Wise- 


William H. 213 


Derring, Sarah 37 


Nicholson) 217 


Dupee, Alvarine G. 251 


Dewey, Francis 291 


John 217 


Catherine M. (Everett) 


Sarah B. (Tufts) 291 


Drake, Abner 294 


251 


Sarah Francos 91 


Azubah G. 294 


Job 251 


Dickinson, C a r r i e R. 


Catherino 94 


Mahatu 251 


(Shepherd) 33S 


Elizabeth F. 294 


Durgee, Abby S. (Ever- 


Clara W. 338 


Hannah A. 252 


ett) 173 


Elizabeth I. 338 


Draper, 34 


John 173 



Index. 



351 



Durham, David 143 


Ellis, Catherine 212 


Everett, Abby Parker 7 


Joanna (Everett-Lowe) 


Caty 101 


L36 


143 


Daniel 11. 134 


Abby Smith 7 17:; 


Durivago, Francis S. 07 


Dorcas (Lovell) 212 


Abby Woodward' 174 


Lucy (Everett) 07 


Elizabeth (Ilawes) 212 


Abel 6 42, 69 


Dutcher, Laura (Booth) 


Freleigh Ellis 134 


Abel 6 o,o, 70, 134 


244 


Ilitty (Everett) 09 


Abel (lark 7 1 49, 243 


Mary Frances 244 


Huldah (French) SI 


Abel Franklin 7 143 


Silas 244 


Irene F. (Everett) 02 


A hi' 1 94 


Dutton, Laura A. 224 


Jaboz 88 


A hi (Fyler) 94 


Mary 143 


Jesse 212, 291 


Abie! Burpee 7 L67, 265 


Solomon L. 224 


Joel 02, 09 


Abigail- 17, 18, 20 


D wight, Anna F. 198 


Julia Dean 291 


Abigail 8 33 


Clara McFarlaud 198 


Julia (Dean) 291, 292 


Abigail 4 34, ;J7, 12, 43 


Daniel 197 


Mary Hawes 212 


Abigail" 35, 40, 4:;, 44, 


Elihu 197 


Milly 185 


52 


Ellsworth Everett 197 


Rebecca 134 


Abigail' 1 59, 60, 0,1, 0,1, 


Emma Mabel (King) 


Sarah Anna (Everett) 


08, 77, 82, 89, 90, 91, 


197 


134 


92, 95, 283 


Gertrude (Grace) li)7 


William 93 


Abigail 7 101, 157, 182 


Helen McCluro (Kirby) 


Ellmas, Sarah 174, 175 


Abigail A." 239 


197 


Ellsworth, Mary G. 290 


Abigail Ann 7 10s 


John 9, 10, 12, 13. 197 


Elmore, Mabel 78 


Abigail (Bacon) 59, on 


John Elihu 197 


Mary (Pardee) 78 


Abigail (Beach) 52 


Katharine Wolcott 197 


Samuel 78 


Abigail Carpenter 7 17 1 


Lvdia (Whito) 197 


Elsbree, Charlotte Man- 


Abigail (Carter) 168 


Mabel 197 


ning 247 


Abigail (Caswell) loo 


Marion Dwight 198 


Emily P. (Everitt) 240 


Abigail (Chaffee) L50 


Marion Edith 197 


Manning 240 


Abigail < 'lair 7 157 


Melatiah Everett 197 


Emery, John 200 


Abigail (Clap) 44 


Nancy S. (Everett) 197 


Margaret 200 


Abigaill). (Wiggin)279 


Richard Everett 197 


Susan E. 200 


Abigail E. 7 18J 


Ruth 197 


Enpoy, Jennie 338 


Abigail (Ellis) 88 


Sarah L. 197 


Eustis, Frederick A. 218 


Abigail (Fisher Kings 


Timothy 13, 15 


William 120 


bury) o,o 


William Kirby 197 


Everest, James 2:11 


Abigail (Guild) 09 


Dwinol, Luther 215 


Jane M. 231 


Abigail Hill 7 174 


Priscilla E. (Tebbets) 


Solomon 178 


Abigail Bodges 7 108, 


215 


Everett, Aaron 5 11, 51, 


I9i! 


Sarah Octavia 215 


53, 57, 00, 63, 00, 92 


Abigail Holbrook 7 114 




Aaron" 59, 04, 92, 105 


Abigail (Holbrook) 57, 


Eager, Alice 201 


Aaron 7 105, 175, 277 


63 


Sarah J. 201 


Aaron Emilius 7 1 11, 21 1 


Abigail (Johnson) 228 


Thomas 201 


Aaron Mallory 7 1 15 


Abigail (Lord) 91 


Eaton, Cyrone Dam 204 


Abbie E. (Drew) 326 


Abigail Lovell (Wight) 


Hannah 32 


Abbie L. 7 179 


211 


Lucina M. 225 


Abbie Louise Wight 8 


Abigail Maria' 304 


Mary 170 


211, 301 


Abigail ( Morse) .",1 


Edwards, Andrew 280 


Abbie Maria (Palmer) 


Abigail (Nicholson) 0,0 


Emily A. (Everett) 280 


299 


Abigail (North) 96 


Phoebe 247 


Abbie <>. (Porter) 297 


Abigail ( Parker) 154 


Elder, Susan K. 205 


Abbie Pamelia 8 248 


Abigail Sanger 8 194 


William 205 


Abbie Sophia" 207 


Abijali 50, *- v 


Eliot, John 05 


Abby 8 17 1, 275 


Abijab Pond 7 115, 212 


Samuel 122, 2 IS 


Abby Ann 11. (Slier 


Abner 1 32, 36, 54, 97 


Elliot, Mary G. 325 


man) 282 


A burr' 1.",. 54, 70,. 97, 9s 


Ellis, Abigail 88 


Abby c 7 147 


Abner" 77. 92, 1 15, 17-". 


Arthur 81 


Abby Frames'" 254 


Abner Josiah 7 1 10, 


Azubah 02 


Abby M. 8 202, 270,, 279 


A brain" 152 



352 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, Abram 8 250, 315 


Everett, Alice 9 299 


Everett, Andrew 6 143 


Abram Brownson 6 77, 


Alice Augusta (Jones) 


Andrew 7 234 


146 


205 


Andrew Addison 7 206 


Acbsab 6 85 


Alice Brown 8 250 


Andrew Hinman 6 96 


Ada 8 201 


Alice Cobb (Field) 319 


Andrew J. 7 Ill, 206 


Adda Eliza 8 212 


Alice Dundas 8 213, 302 


Angeletta M. 9 330 


Addie 8 259 


Alice E. 8 273 


Angeline 7 164 


Addison 7 112, 200 


Alice (Eager) 261 


Angeline (Wing) 330 


Adelaide (Williamson) 


Alice Frances 8 225 


Angie G. (White) 322 


323 


Alice Gray 8 212 


Ann 4 36 


Adelaide L. (Sawyer) 


Alice (Jordan) 245 


Ann 6 78 


186 


Alice Julia 9 292 


Ann Barnard 7 118 


Adele May 9 319 


Alice L. 9 328 


Ann C. (Adams) 232 


Adolia Waity 8 260 


Alice Lucy 9 292 


Ann Caroline 7 116 


Adeline 7 114, 141, 172 


Alice Lurena 9 328 


Ann Eliza 8 230 


Adeline Minerva 7 149 


Alice Lydia 7 113 


Ann Elizabeth 7 134 


Adeline Safford 7 175 


Alice May 8 238 


Ann Maria 8 257 


Adeline (Wickham) 331 


Alice May 9 325 


Ann Vincent 7 120 


Adella (Brown) 135 


Allen 7 138 


Ann (Vincent-Gardner) 


Adelpha S. (Dean) 326 


Allen James 8 231, 307 


119 


Adolphus 6 77 


Alma Adeline 8 232 


Anna 5 52 


Adolplius 7 147 


Alma Gale 9 320 


Anna 7 138, 171 


Adrian C. 8 267 


Alma (Richardson). 232 


Anna 8 205 


Agnes E. (Allyn) 321 


Almena L. 8 273 


Anna 98, 99 


Agnes Howard 9 341 


Almenia C. (Burr) 169 


Anna A. 8 186 


Agnes (Keagle) 331 


Almira 7 102, 172 


Anna Boyd 8 211 


Agnes (Roberts) 305 


Almira Jay 7 157 


Anna Eliza (Caniield) 


Agnes W. 9 322 


Almira (Kimball) 102 


244 


Albert 7 170, 268 


Almira M. (Farrington) 


Anna (Fessenden) 87 


Albert 8 282 


253 


Anna Grotchen 9 307 


Albert Henry'-' 207 


Almira Rebecca 8 249 


Anna (Hatch) 147 


Albert Leonard 8 269 


Almira IS. 7 166 


Anna J. 9 329 


Albert M. 7 169, 268 


Almon Edwin 9 297 


Anna Maria 8 240, 313 


Albert Preston 8 270 


Alonzo G. 7 164 


Anna (Page) 96, 97 


Albert W. 9 320 


Alvin Osgood 9 327 


Anna Sophia Tileston 7 


Alberta May 9 328 


Alvin T. 8 278, 328 


US 


Alexander 6 74 


Amanda 7 112, 155, 158 


Anna Williams (Baker) 


Alexander 7 112 


Amanda 8 209 


327 


Alexander Francis 7 115 


Amanda (Bixby) 165 


Anne 5 49 


Alexander II. 6 13 


Amanda (Lee) 312 


Anne C. (Dickson) 233 


Alexander Hamilton 7 


Amanda (Rines) 262 


Anno Elizabeth 7 109 


175, 277 


Amasa 7 164 


Anne Foster 7 104 


Alexander Hill 6 67, 120 


Ambrose 5 54, 99 


Anno Gorham 7 131 


Alexander Hill 7 120,216 


Ambrose 6 99 


Anne Jane 8 237 


Alexander Kontocoif 7 


Ambrose Mallory 7 145 


Annie 9 319 


108 


Ambrose Marsh 7 111 


Annie B. (Chamber- 


Alexander Leo 8 220 


Amelia 5 53 


lain) 204 


Alexander M. (Twomb- 


Amelia 7 180 


Annie B. (Mosher) 327 


ly) 142 


Amelia Eveline 8 267 


Annie Daggett 9 318 


Alfred' 1 311 


Amelia F. 7 169 


Annie E. 8 253 


Alfred C. 8 228 


Amherst 6 88, 170 


Annie Elizabeth 9 308 


Alfred Curtis 7 136, 225 


Amory Fisher 8 276, 327 


Annie Houghton 8 225 


Alfred Farrington b 253. 


Amos 5 54, 96, 97 


Annie (McKenzie) 306 


316 


Amos 7 172 


Annie (Kabinett) 324 


Alfred Farrington 9 317 


Amy (Snowdon) 166 


Annis (Buttles) 177 


Alfred G. 8 282, 330 


Andrew 5 41, 53, 62, 63, 


Anson 8 193 


Alfred V. 8 VM\ 


96 


Apphia (Burpee) 166 


Alice* 47 


Andrew 6 62, 63, HI, 


Archie John 9 310 


Alice 8 244 


205 


Arista L. 9 330 



Tndex, 



353 



Everett, Arthur 7 111 
Arthur 8 202, 202, 296 
Arthur C. 8 284 
Arthur E. 8 333 
Arthur Greene'-' 288, 

334 
Arthur Herbert 8 254 
Arthur M. 8 253 
Arthur S. 8 231, 307 
Arthur W. 8 227 
Artie B. (Andrews) 305 
Asa 5 41, 01 
Asa 6 77, 147 
Asa Cutting 88 
Asaph 7 152 



Augusta' 1 32 1 



\ugusta Maria 7 145 
Augustus 78, 97, 150 
Augustus 7 138, 152, 228 
Augustus J. 8 238, 309 
Austin 79 
Beliuda 7 172 
Beniah 8 234 
Benjamin 3 31, 38 
Benjamin 58 
Benjamin (Jay 7 165, 204 
Benjamin II. 7 173, 274 
Bertha 9 324 
Bertha Ada 8 205 
Bertha Mabel 9 320 
Bertha Matilda" 320 
Bertram! 8 243 
Bessie Bell (Hackett) 

335 
Bessie (Law) 204 
Bethia 3 29 
Bethia 4 36 
Bethia (Fisher) 38 
Bethiah 4 37 
Bethiah (French) 171 
Bethiah (Lewis-Morse) 

41, 42 
Bethiah (Thompson) 53 
Betsoy 5 47 
Betsey 6 57, 59, 03, 70, 

76, 77, 90, 92, 99, 111, 

205, 339 
Betsey 7 101, 110, 141, 

142, 145, 339 
Betsey 233 
Betsey Ami 7 147, 105 
Betsey C. (Dillard- 

Kempton) L79 
Betsey (Goodale) 279 
Betsey M. Ill 
Betsey (Pingree) 101 
Betsey (Post) 130 
Betsey S. 7 112, 208 
Betsey (Thew) 139 



Everett, Betsey Williams 

(Weld) 190 
Billious 6 99 
Bird 9 305 
Blanche'' 311 
Boyd Augustus 9 316 
Brainard 7 159, 200 
Burrett Chaffee 8 24 l 
Burrus S. 9 311 
Burrus Smith 8 238, 311 
Byron II. s 254 
Cadette 8 208, 299 
Calista 7 158 

Calista (Turner) 73, 2 ■ '■■> 
( lapitola Jemima s 239 
Carlos 8 200 
Carlton H. 8 225, 303 
Carmen Kodriguy (Vi- 

da) 212 
Caroline 7 105. 115, 147, 

207 
Caroline 8 203, 207 
Caroline A. 8 253, 268 
Caroline A. (Tatterson) 

316 
Caroline A. (Wales) 208 
Caroline Alfaretta 8 208 
Caroline Augusta (Hill) 

294 
Caroline C. 8 202 
Caroline Clinton' 1 291 
Caroline E. 8 278 
Caroline Elizabeth 8 185 
Caroline F. (Ordway) 

300 
Caroline Foote'' 300 
Caroline Frances 7 lis 
Caroline G. (Newton) 

224 
Caroline Irene 7 102 
Caroline Kane#(Mills) 

220 
Caroline Leatherbee 8 

187 
Caroline Matilda 7 145 
Caroline P. 7 147 
Caroline Ruby (Par- 
sons) 148, 1 1'-' 
Caroline Ruth (Sher- 
wood) 208 
Caroline Yickery 10 336 
Carrie 8 259 
Carrie A. (Kendrick 

Stone) 315 
< larrie Boyd 9 316 
Carrie Lay 8 239 
Carrie Day' 1 :;i-' 
( larrie Gertrude 8 27V 
Carrie (< .i eene) ■ .••'■ 



Everett, Carrie M. 230 

Carrie M. | Day) 306 
Carrie Ordway 8 300 
Carrie P." 257 
Carrie Ruth 8 277 
Catharine 7 143 
Catharine Digby 7 1 16 
Catharine Elenriel ta 

(St. John) 243 
i atharine (Ingraham) 

104 
Catherine 6 40 
Catherine 7 105, l 12, L39, 

173 
Catherine (Bemis) 91 
Catherine B. (Snell) 1 11 
Catherine Clark 7 174 
Catherine (Clark) 91 

< atherine Cornelia 7 144 
Catherine E. 9 308 
Catherine Eliza 7 146 
Catherine Elizabeth 7 

104 
Catherine (Ellis) 21l' 
Catherine E. (Lewis- 
Moore) 119 
Catherine (Hobin) 308 
Catherine M. 8 251 
Catherine (Nelson) 315 
Catherine Smith 7 170 
Catherine (Smith) 1 13 
Caty (Ellis) 101 
Celma Alvira 8 281 
Charity" 76 
Charles" 05, 7ii. 92, 110. 

144, 175 

Charles 7 loo. llii. 141, 

145, L95, 21:;. 232 
Charles^ 278, 327 
Charles'' 302, 326, 327 
Charles A/ 264, 322 

< lharles Aimer 7 L46 
Charles Austin' - 193 
Charles Barrett 7 l 0' 
Charles Burdett 7 24 1 
Charles Carroll 7 117, 

215 
Charles Clement 8 251 
Charles Crandall 9 309 
Charles Disney 8 282, 331 
( harles Dundas 8 213. 

302 
Charles Dwight 8 L99, 

257. 319 
.'harles E."330 

< lharles Ebenezer* 25 i 
• harles Edgar 8 211 
Charles Edward 7 102. 

299 



354 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, Charles Edward 8 

209, 200, 299 
Charles Edwin 7 150 
Charles Elisha 8 283, 331 
Charles F. 8 272, 278 
Charles Francis 8 195, 

211, 293 
Charles Francis 9 319 
Charles Franklin 8 273 
Charles Grey 8 274 
Charles H. 8 230, 201, 

279 
Charles H. 9 322 
Charles Hazard 8 253, 

318 
Charles Henry 7 103, 303 
Charles Henry 8 188, 189, 

225, 227, 303 
Charles Henry 9 287 
Charles Hosmer 7 180 
Charles J. 9 318 
Charles James 7 110 
Charles James 8 270, 341 
Charles James 9 341 
Charles Jarvis 7 153 
Charles Jay 9 321 
Charles M. 8 159 
Charles Marshall 8 284, 

332 
Charles N. 9 303 
Charles O. 8 201 
Charles Pinckney 7 104 
Charles Raymond 9 333 
Charles T. 8 275 
Charles Theodore 7 170 
Charles W. 8 257 
Charles Walter 9 294, 

335 
Charles Warren 8 255 
Charles Warren 9 312 
Charles Wildman 8 242 
Charles Willard 7 135, 

225 
Charles Willard 8 173 
Charles William 8 232 
Charlotte 6 84, 88, 101, 

235 
Charlotte 7 138 
Charlotte 8 193, 228, 235 
Charlotte Brooks 7 131, 

210 
Charlotte E. (Faxon) 

329 
Charlotte Fisher 7 109 
Charlotte G. (Brooks) 

121 
Charlotte H. (Giles) 201 
Charlotte M. (Smith) 

290 



Everett, Charlotte M. 
(Taylor) 303 
Chester 6 95 
Chester A. 9 300 
Chester B. 9 310 
Chester S. 8 208 
Chloe 6 00, 04, 08, 84 
Chloo Emeline 7 114 
Chloe (Holbrook) 03 
Christabel M. 9 341 
Clara 9 319 

Clara B. (Hoyle) 293 
Clara Eliza (Hunting- 
ton) 319 
Clara Elsie 8 227 
Clara Louise 8 258 
Clara Lovell 8 212 
Clara (Spees) 227 
Clara (Winter) 297 
Clarence Belding 8 227 
Clarendon Adams 8 209, 

300 
Clarissa 5 47 
Clarissa 6 85, 102 
Clarissa 7 159 
Clarissa (Chaffee) 243 
Clarissa (Pond) 115 
Clark L. 7 140 
Clary 6 89 
Claude W. 9 311 
Clayton W. 8 282, 331 
Clayton Willard 8 227 
Clementine C. (Fales) 

200 
Clifford 8 209 
Clifford Ranney 8 227 
Comfort 6 90 
Constance F. (Minns) 

341 
Constance Louise 9 341 
Cora 311 
Cora A. 8 225 
Cora B. 9 293 
Cornelia 7 180 
Cornelia Ann" 156 
Cornelia W. 8 272 
Cynthia 6 50, 58, 63 
Cynthia 7 138 
Cynthia 9 304 
Cynthia (Allen) 207 
Cynthia L. 7 181 
Cynthia L. (Graves) 281 
Cynthia (Lowman) 151 
Cyrus 6 111, 70, 84, 185, 

304 
Cyrus 7 101, 185 
Cyrus 8 185 
Cyrus 9 304 
Cyrus Franklin 8 272, 324 



Everett, Cyrus Packard 7 

148 
Dana Colburu 9 320 
Daniel 4 30, 45 
Daniel 5 45, 50, 75, 88 
Daniel 6 04, 89, 115 
Daniel 7 111 
Daniel Brownsou 6 77, 

145 
Daniel Brownsou 7 145, 

240 
Daniel Ellis 8 195, 294 
Dauiel Henrique 8 212 
Daniel Kimball Dexter 7 

105 
Daniel M. 6 80, 107 
Daniel M. 7 100 
Daniel Quincy 7 145 
Daniel Ronaldo 7 107, 

205 
Daniel Taylor 6 70 
David 5 43, 44, 48, 50, 51, 

72, 92 
David 6 68, 72, 86, 139, 

166 
David, 7 140, 141, 104, 

172 
David A. 7 139, 230 
David Allen 6 71, 138 
David Allen 9 300 
David B. 7 168, 266 
David E. 7 165, 203 
David E. 9 320 
David II. 7 173, 274 
David Mann 6 87, 107 
David S. 8 254 
David W. 7 Ill, 205 
Deborah 7 139, 229 
Deborah Ann (Wins- 
low) 180 
Deborah (Lord) 77 
Delia Emma (Sweet- 

Lissett) 317 
Delia (Harding) 305 
Delia (Soper) 231 
Delle E. 8 208 
Dency (Warner) 280 
Dennis 7 100, 200 
Desire 5 35, 43, 44 . 
DeVolney 8 203, 322 
DeWitt Clinton 8 203 
Dexter 6 86, 104 
Diana 5 53 
Disna 8 235 
Dolly 6 80 
Dolly (Laben) 74 
Dolly (Thayer) 73 
Dorcas (Fessenden) 87 
Dorothea Helen 9 313 



Index. 



355 



Everett, Dorothy (Apple- 
ton) 139 
Dorothy Hyde 7 150 
Driiceil (Rue) 341 
Drucilla (Shurtliff) 82 
Drusilla Shurtleff 7 157 
Duroxa M. 7 166 
E. (VanWashburn) 296 
Earl Reynolds'' 310 
Ebenezer* 32, 33 
Ebenezer 4 34, 36, 41, 45 
Ebenezer 5 41, 46, 51, 59, 

60, 70, 91 
Ebenezer 60, 63, 65, 70, 
91, 10G, 113, 117, 136, 
173 
Ebenezer 7 106, 137, 193 
Ebenezer 8 210 
Edgar Blackington 7 Hi!) 
Edgar Charles 9 330 
Edgar F. 9 323 
Edgar Herbert Loren- 

ZO 8 207 

Edgar Lorenzo 8 207. 323 
Edith 8 243 
Edith 9 300 

Edith Darracott 9 288 
Edith Emma 9 3 Hi 
Edith Frost' 1 286 
Edith M. 9 293, 306, 329 
Edith Maria 8 207 
Edith Stearns 9 32.") 
Edith Warren 8 275 
Edmund 5 54, 98, 99 
Edmund 8 195. 294 
Edmund 9 324 
Edmund Tyler 7 115, 211 
Edward 1 34, 42, 43 
Edward 5 40, 43, 5s, 71, 

137 
Edward" 13, 07, 71,121, 

122, 124, 125, 120, 127, 

128, 129, 130, 131, 13S, 

182, 210 
Edward 7 109, 114, 110, 

136, 138, 141,179,201, 

210, 213, 210, 233 
Edward 8 18*;, 1x7, 201, 

203,200,212, 2is, 233, 

244, 298, 307 
Edward 9 293, 298, 303, 

304, 313, 324, 337 
Edward A. 7 150, 170, 

240 
Edward A. 9 316 
Edward Arthur 9 318 
Edward Augustus 7 175 
Edward Brooks 7 131, 

217 



Everett, Edward Capon 8 
11)2 

Edward Chauncy Ful- 
ler 8 254, 318 

Edward Clarence 8 270, 
340 

Edward D. 8 230 

Edward E. 9 294 

Edward Francis 8 238 

Edward Franklin 8 191, 
290, 291 

Edward 11. 8 194, 225, 
303 

Edward Herman 8 210, 

Old 

Edward Irving 10 337 
Edward J. 8 261 
Edward L. 8 205 
Edward Lincoln* 207 
Edward Lyman 9 327 
Edward Maxcy 8 254 
Edward Melville 9 20 1 
Edward Nathaniel 8 273, 

325 
Edward Parker 8 255 
Edward Philo 8 284, .132 
Edward Pierce 10 334 
Edwai'd Plummer 9 309 
Edward Robert 9 323 
Edward Rochester 8 201 
Edward S. 8 253, 257, 

317, 328 
Edward S. 9 317 
Edward Samuel 9 315, 

336 
Edward T. 8 258 
Edward Vida 8 212 
Edward W. 9 330 
Edward Worcester' 287 
Edwin 7 110, 203 
Edwin 8 11)5, 29 1 
Edwin Augustus 7 168 
Edwin Brownson 7 1 16 
Edwin Cooley 8 281 
Edwin Martin' 1 295 
Edwin O. 7 103 
Effie R. (Hardy) 202 
Elbert H. 9 287 
Elbridge Gerry 7 103, 

201 
Eldon Francis 10 33 I 
Eleanor 6 62 
Eleanor (Fuller) 61 
Eleanor < treen 8 212 
Eleanor Melvina 8 250 
Eleanor Ware 7 107, 108, 

196 
Eleazer 4 34, 41, 42 
Eloazer' 12, 70 



Everett, Eleazer 8 69 

Electa 7 111 

Electa Louisa (Lewis) 

257 
Elias 6 71), 81, 151 
EliluC 53 
Elihu 6 96, 181 
Eliphal (Shattuck) 97 
Eliphalet 8 40, 79 
Eliphalet 8 56, 100 
Eliphalet 7 LOO 
Elisha" 9( i 

Elisha Hinman 8 95, 179 
Elisha Taylor 8 251 
Eliza" 92 
Eliza 7 101,141, 140, 151, 

151), 241 
Eliza" 230 
Eliza A. 251 
Eliza A. (Lane; 233 
Eliza Ann 7 13!) 
Eliza Ann (Sylvester) 

23:; 
Eliza Araminta 7 144, 

237 
Eliza (Burrell) ion 
Eliza (Draper) 234 
Eliza (Fairbanks) 135 
Eliza Gore 7 105 
Eliza Jane 7 131 
Eliza Jane 8 271 
Eliza Jane (Carsley) 276 
Eliza Jones (Rupp) 68 
Eliza M. 8 260, 27:! 
Eliza Maria 7 loo, 1 15. 

175 
Eliza Townley 7 1 1 1 
Elizabeth 1 2!)' 
Elizabeth 1 35, 36, 38, 

31) 
Elizabeth 6 35, 10, 13, 1 1, 

40, 51 , 53 
Elizabeth 6 56, 5s. 59, 65, 

si 
Elizabeth 7 102, 1 18, 158 
Elizabeth 8 192, 196 
Elizabeth 9 298, 306 
Elizabel h Amelia 7 157 
Elizabeth \nn" 209 
Elizabeth Anna* 2 12 
Elizabeth (Beers) 283 
Elizabeth Boyle 7 1 16 
Elizabeth 1 Boyle) 1 16 
Elizabel li << lhapman) 

77 
Elizabeth (Cooke) 39 
Elizabel h ( lummings 7 

117 
Elizabeth (D;uis> 17 | 



356 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, Elizabeth Davis 
Williams (Weld) 28S 
Elizabeth Dexter 7 174 
Elizabeth (Dow) 133 
Elizabeth E. (Kuerr) 

285 
Elizabeth E. (McCown) 

237 
Elizabeth E. (Richard- 
son) 238 
Elizabeth F. (Clark) 264 
Elizabeth F. (Drake) 

294 
Elizabeth Fisher 6 276 
Elizabeth (Gill) 83 
Elizabeth (Gore) 105 
Elizabeth (Gowen) 140 
Elizabeth II. (Stone) 

141 
Elizabeth (Hambleton) 

37 
Elizabeth (Hodgkins) 

68 
Elizabeth Ilurd 7 105 
Elizabeth (Hurd) 103 
Elizabeth Isabel (How- 
ell) 313 
Elizabeth Jane (Salis- 
bury-Barber) 251 
Elizabeth Jane (Pettin- 

gell) 323 
Elizabeth L. (Blake) 

189 
Elizabeth Lowell 9 289 
Elizabeth Marie 9 304 
Elizabeth Marsh 8 256 
Elizabeth Morse (Bar- 
rett) 195 
Elizabeth Otis" 186 
Elizabeth (Pepper) 21 
Elizabeth R. (Fisher) 

289 
Elizabeth (Salisbury) 

57 
Elizabeth (Schmidt) 295 
Elizabeth (Scovill) 159 
Elizabeth Shattuck 6 98 
Elizabeth (Smith) 138 
Elizabeth (Steele) 45 
Elizabeth T. (Wyman) 

216 
Elizabeth Tower 7 176, 

278 
Elizabeth (Tower) 93 
Elizabeth Tryphena 7 

153 
Elizabeth Tybout 9 302 
Elizabeth Urania 7 145 
Elizabeth (Walling) 281 



Everett, Elizabeth V. 

(Harris) 314 
Elizabeth W. 8 186 
Elizabeth W. (Skinner- 
Reed) 253 
Elizabeth Warren 6 82 
Elizabeth (Warren) S2 
Elkanah Philip 7 165, 

262 
Ella A. 9 315 
Ella Cordelia" 304 
Ella Justina 8 252 
Ella M. (Momyer) 309 
Ella Susan 8 244 
Ella W. D. (Truman) 

341 
Ellen 8 243 
Ellen A. 8 279 
Ellen Adelaide 7 161 
Ellen Adeline 8 271 
Ellen C. (Tufts) 328 
Ellen Elizabeth 7 176 
Ellen Frances 8 265, 270, 

275 
Ellen Frances 10 334 
Ellen Frances (Lane) 

264 
Ellen Harriet (Curtiss) 

243 
Ellen Jane Dana 7 113 
Ellen Leighton 9 300 
Ellen Louisa 8 254 
Ellen Louise 7 100, 184 
Ellen M. (Rich) 317 
Ellen Maria 8 253 
Ellen Mather 8 278 
Ellen Mehitable 8 284, 

333 
Ellen (Richardson) 118 
Ellen S. (Wilcox) 326 
Ellery Vincent 7 116 
Elma A. 8 226, 231 
Elmira (Skiff) 242 
Elmore 78 
Elmore 7 150, 245 
Elnora (Stannard) 299 
Elsie (Spees) 226 
Elvira 7 111 
El wood 9 326 
Emeline 7 155 
Emeline Augusta 7 118 
Emeline (Mason) 102 
Emilie Hughes 10 334 
Emilius A u gu stu s 8 2 1 1 , 

301 
Emily 6 86 
Emily 7 112, 119, 154, 

182, 204, 205 
Emily 8 275 



Everett, Emily 251 
Emily A. 8 280 
Emily (Abbot) 119 
Emily Augusta 8 271 
Emily Diantha 7 147 
Emily F. 8 266 
Emily Gates 7 167 
Emily (Goodenough) 

242 
Emily Grace 9 311 
Emily Isabel 8 184 
Emily J. (Shelden) 284 
Emily (Mann) 295 
Emily Maria 8 204 
Emily P. 7 150, 246 
Emily R. (Tybout) 302 
Emily Roselle 7 136, 227 
Emily (St. John) 241 
Emily W. (Boyd) 316 
Emily (Wordon) 144 
Emma 8 174, 280 
Emma (Brackney) 321 
Emma (Brown) 151 
Emma Cornelia 9 304 
Emma D. (Leathorbee) 

187 
Emma E. 8 253 
Emma Eliza 8 250 
Emma Eugenia 8 284, 

332 
Emma F. (Farr) 325 
Emma Frances 8 186, 252 
Emma J. 8 260 
Emma J. (Wade) 318 
Emma Jones 8 252 
Emma Lucretia 7 148 
Emma L. (Salmon) 327 
Emma Maria 8 275 
Emma P. 8 259 
Emmeline 7 105 
Ennie 8 285 
Enoch Iluse 6 67 
Enoch Parsons" 148, 

149, 242 
Erastus 7 152, 251 
Erastus 8 251 
Erastus Curtis 8 243 
Erastus David 8 279 
Erastus Davis 7 153, 254 
Ernest 8 254 
Ernest Cameron 8 261 
Ernest Day 9 311 
Ernest R. 9 312 
Ernest Rahe 9 312 
Ernest Ransom 8 244 
Ernest T. 9 309 
Ernest Treat 8 227 
Ernst 9 306 
Estella C. (Perry) 329 



TncU .■ 



:;:>; 



Everett, Esther 5 48 
Esther 8 235 
Esther A.* 272 
Esther (Carter) 146 
Esther Cummings (Pea- 
body) 155 
Esther (Hinman) 95 
Esther Jane'-' 325 
Esther Maria (Norris- 

French) 187 
Esther Mary 7 151 
Ethel 9 341 
Ethel M. 9 307 
Ethel Meteali"-' 295 
Etta May 9 315 
Eugene 9 322 
Eugene Ellsworth' 1 317 
Eugene Hart 8 277 
Eunice 5 52, 54, 55 
Eunice 85, 86, 89, 07 
Eunice 7 58, 101 
Eunice Amelia 95 
Eunice Ann 8 284 
Eunice (Birdsall) 209 
Eunice Dodge 7 136 
Eunice Guild 6 64 
Eunice (Guild) 63, 64 
Eunice (Hall) 54 
Eunice (Hartwell) 101 
Eunice (Haws) 88 
Eunice (Minor) .">5 
Eunice Moselle" 158 
Euphemia 7 137 
Eva Augusta 8 271 
Eva J. (Lyons) 303 
Eva It. (Chick) 262 
Evaugela 7 137 
Eve Maria (Brincker- 

hoff) 255 
Evelina E. Crary 7 116 
Eveline 7 144, 239 
Evolyn 8 278 
Experience 09, 9-1 
Faith Hamilton 9 319 
Fannie C. 8 240 
Fannie Dennison 9 319 
Fannie L. (Hobson) :!22 
Fannie M. (Davis) 297 
Fannie (Moid) 2(19 
Fanny 84, 85, 160 
Fanny B. (Percy) 230 
Fanny Dow'-' 318 
Fanny (Drayton) 200 
Fanny Louise (Brrd) 

187 
Fanny Rowe 8 262 
Fanny Shepard 7 108 
Fanny (Shepard) 107 
Fanny (Tohnan) 228 



Everett, Felicia 8 256 
Fidelia (Harlow) 310 
Flavilla (Brittonj 260 
Flora 7 145 
Flora Agnes 7 17s 
Flora Betsey 8 244 
Flora (Thompson) 321 
Florence 8 183, 243 
Florence Adelaide 1 - 268 
Florence (Atwood) 261 
Florence B. (Perkins) 

Florence E. 1 " :):',! 
Florence Evelyn 8 192 
Florence Louise 9 317 
Florence May'-' 327 
Frances" 114 
Francos A. 277 
Frances A. (Northrup) 

286 
Frances B. K. (Austin) 

185 
Frances Curtis Shedd 

(Dodge) 135 
Frances E. (Annis) 29M 
Frances E. (Gilkey) 198 
Frances Elizabeth 8 210 
Frances Ellen 7 146 
Frances (Foot) 186 
Frances Isabel le s 209 
Frances Josephine 8 232 
Fiances Louisa 7 136, 

220 
Frances Maria (Thomp- 
son) 207 
Francis 6 65, 74, 118, 142, 

143 
Francis 7 118, 14:!, 144, 

172, 235, 239,271 
Francis 8 235 
Francis Dewey 1 ' 291 
Francis E. 8 200 
Francis Edward' 1 310 
Francis Ellis 8 191, 292 
Francis Eugene' 293, 

;;:;i 
Francis F." 329 
Francis Howe 7 176 
Francis Jones 8 21 1 
Francis M.'' 312 
Francis Michael 8 238, 

310 
Francis ( Hiver 8 195 
Frank" 188, 228, 234, 

242, 254, 2ss, 313 
Frank AdelOert'' 317, 

336 
Frank Anderson'' 321 
Frank Barron 8 282, 331 



Everett, Frank Dennison 8 
255, 319 

Frank II.-' 326 
Frank flowes 8 273, 325 
Frank Keagle 9 :;:;i 
Frank Lee 9 313 
Frank Leslie" l'CT 
Frank M. 8 202 
Frank Norton 9 323 
Frank <>. s 261 
Frank Orear 9 31 1 
Frank Osgood 8 270, 326 
Frank P. 8 283 
Frank S. 265, 323 
Frank S." 329 
Frank Warren 9 319 
Frank Win! brop 9 301 
Frank ie A. (Flank) _' 1 1 
Franklin 7 112, 159, 208, 

258 
Franklin 8 258 
Franklin A." 330 
Franklin Augustus 18 I. 

280 

Franklin H. s 260, 321 

Fred I). s 230 
Fred. Emmond 9 325 
Frederic F. ' 320 
Frederic Hanks 8 212 
Frederic 1 1 ewes 273 
Frederic William 7 1 10 
Fred erica C. 8 246 
Frederick 8 205, 228, 259, 

304 
Frederick A. 8 278 
Frederick Augustus 

250, 316 
Frederick Chaffee 8 2 1 I 
Frederick E. 8 278 
Frederick Elwin 8 26 I 
Frederick Femr 136,228 
Frederick <i." 201 
Frederick Luther 9 304 
Frederick M. 7 150, 246 
Frederick M el at i ah 9 296 
Frederick W. 7 l 1 1 

Frederick W. ' 329 

Freelove 1 1 larling) 169 

Friend Nave.-, 7 1 |.; 
Fyler" 94 

G. Tayioi- 258, 320 
<;. Warren' 319 
( ■amaliel" 77. 1 |s 

George 6 56, -"'7, 65, 71, 

92, LOO, 137, 17 1 
(i ge 1 100, 101, 102, 

105, 1 13, 137, Mi.17 l. 

L84, 192, 210, 228, 275, 

340 



858 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, George 8 184, 194, 


Everett, Gertrude Eaton 


Everett, Hannah (John- 


208, 228, 249, 291,304 


(Lamson) 264 


son) 280 


George 9 324 


Gertrude Irene 9 286 


Hannah (L eonard) 58 


George Aaron 8 192 


Gilbert 80, 81, 153 


Hannah M. (Pierce) 293 


George Abram 304 


Gilbert Frank" 323 


Hannah (Macomber) 


George Augustus 6 88 


Gilbert N. 7 171 


138 


George Augustus 8 245, 


Giles Arthur 9 329 


Hannah (Mallory) 145 


314 


Oilman 7 172 


Hannah (Mattoon) 99 


George B. 8 228, 261, 305 


Grace" 90 


Hannah (Plimpton- 


George Boardman 8 249 


Grace 8 204, 298 


Ware) 168 


George Cutting 7 168, 


Grace 9 307 


Hannah (Richards) 40 


2(57 


Grace Adelaide 8 183 


Hannah Ross 7 104 


George Draper 8 234, 308 


Grace Churchill 9 303 


Hannah (Ross) 103 


George E. 7 139, 231 


Grace M. (Church) 294 


Hannah S. 7 163 


George E. 8 246 


Grace Otis 8 192 


Hannah (Sawyer) 113 


George Edson 9 294 


Grace R. 9 315 


Hannah (Slack) 85 


George Endicott 7 102, 


Grace Webster 7 131 


Hannah Stover 7 103 


187 


Grant 8 259 


Hannah (Stover) 102 


George F. 8 185, 286 


Granville Whitney 9 328 


Hannah (Vincent) 116 


George F. 9 2!>2 


Gustie (Whitehead) 314 


Hannah (West) 44 


George Frank 8 267 


II. Emma (Goodwin) 


Harlan P. 7 KM 


George Frederick 8 275 


212 


Harold Cutler 9 286 


George H. 7 163 


II. Julia 8 260 


Harold Hill 10 335 


George H. 8 252 


Hampton 15 7i) 


Harriet 7 112, 114, 135, 


George Harvey 7 136, 226 


Handel P. 8 253 


159 


George Henry 7 175, 276 


Hannah 3 29 


Harriet 8 11)3, 20!) 


George Homer 7 156 


Hannah 4 34, 36, 37 


Harriet A. 7 100, 184 


George L. 8 279, 284 


Hannah 5 40, 43, 49, 52, 


Harriet A. 8 185, 246 


George L. 9 296 


53 


Harriot A. (Ward) 272 


George Leonard 7 1 1 0, 


Hannah 58, 59, 65, 69, 


Harriet Amanda 7 144, 


201 


71, 75, 81, 95, 96 


240 


George Mason 8 187 


Hannah 7 104, 138 


Harriet Amanda (Calef) 


George Moody Thomp- 


Hannah 8 185 


266 


son 8 232 


Hannah A. 8 252 


Harriet Boyd (Pond) 


George Nichols 9 319 


Hannah A. (Drake) 252 


211 


George Oliver 9 287, 298, 


Hannah Allen 7 173 


Harriet C. 8 257 


334 


Hannah B. 8 232 


Harriet C. (Hyde) 202 


George Osgood 9 309 


Hannah Backus (Nel- 


Harriet Crum (Sweet) 


George R. 9 317 


son) 179 


256 


George Samuel 8 267 


Hannah (Birdsall) 209 


Harriet (Dundas) 213 


Georgo T. 8 189 


Hannah (Boyden) 35 


Harriet E. 8 239 


George Titus 8 80, 251 


Hannah Brood (Denni- 


Harriot E. (Spaulding) 


Georgo W. 9 307 


son) 255 


265 


George Washington 1 ' 89 


Hannah Brooks (Jones) 


Harriot Edna 7 108 


George Washington 7 


140 


Harriet Emily (Jonos) 


166, 264 


Hannah (Butler-Stan- 


270 


George Washington 8 


ley) 95 


Harriet G. (Doane) 307 


265, 322 


Hannah (Clapp-Gard- 


Harriet Jackson (Pack- 


George Whiting 7 100, 


ner) 64, 65 


ard) 282 


184 


Hannah (Cross) 165 


Harriot Jano Watson 8 


George Wilber 9 322 


Hannah (Dascomb) 135 


210 


George William 8 227 


Hannah (Dean) 185 


Harriot Louisa 8 203 


Georgia 9 304 


Hannah E. 8 185, 203 


Harriot Louise 8 211, 301 


Georgia B. 9 331 


Hannah Elizabeth 7 104, 


Harriet Louise 9 288 


Georgiana (Hughes) 


191 


Harriet M. 8 ISC 


334 


Hannah (Fisk) 80 


Harriot M. (Cloave- 


Georgiauna 8 185 


Hannah (Hininan) 52,53 


land) 3,36 


Germaine 8 219 


Hannah (Hopkins- 


Harriot N. 8 253 


Gertrude 9 293, 317 


Mann) 170 


Harriet Newell 7 153 



Index. 



359 



Everett, Harriet IV 1 330 
Harriet P. (Phelps) 246 
Harriet Parker 7 179 
Harriet R. (Davis) 263 
Harriet S. (Greut- 

singer) 240 
Harriet (Watson) 113 
Harrison" 1(55, 204 
Harrison Stoddard' 1 321 
Harry D. 9 300 
Harry H. 8 305 
ilarry P. 6 99 
Harry R. 9 324 
Harvey C. 7 150, 245 
Harvey G. 7 139, 231 
Harvoy Owen 332 
Harvey Sulleno 8 193 
Hattie 8 228 

llattie Hannah (Lang- 
ford) 317 
Hattie May' 1 329 
llattie (Thompson) 324 
Hattie (Whitmore) 321 
Hazel E. 9 310 
Helen 7 109 
Helen 8 259 
Helen 9 331 
Helen 14 330 
Helen Cordis (Adams) 

218 
Helen Delano 9 299 
Helen Frances 8 209 
Helen Gardner 8 210 
Helen Gibbs 8 283 
1 1 clou Louise 1, 201 
Helen M. 8 253 
Helen M. (Bowman) 273 
Helen Maria 8 194 
Helen Newton 1 " 337 
Helen Robina 9 302 
Helen Rutherford 8 202 
Helen Sophronia 7 149 
Helen T. (Keating) 211 
Henrietta F. (Miller) 

130 
Henry 7 135 
Henry Allen Gilbert 8 

207' 
Henry Clay 7 148 
Henry Coffin 8 278, 328 
Henry Coffin 9 328 
Henry < loolidge 8 271 
Henry E. 8 215 
Henry Francis 8 203,297 
Henry G. 8 231 
Henry Gardner 7 1 10 
Henry Hoffman 8 202 
Henry [rving 9 294 
Henry J. 7 144, L69 



Everett, Henry L. 8 200, 
2S2 
Henry Luther 8 25s 
Henry Mason 1 187 
Henry Otis 7 102 
Henry Otis 8 187 
Henry Phelps 8 25'.), 321 
Henry Sidney 7 131, 218 
Henry T. 8 27ti 
Henry W. 8 341 
Henry Webster 7 102 
Hopzibah (Colburn) 174 
Ilepzibeth 11 72 
Ilepzibeth (Blacking- 
ton) 168 
Herbert 8 209, 262 
Herbert 9 292 
Herbert Capen 9 288 
Herbert Edward'' 317 
Herbert Foster" 107 
Herbert Percy 9 294 
Herman 7 172 
Hermon 6 70, 144 
Hervey 81, 156 
Hczekiah Carter 7 146 
Hildegarde 8 220 
Hilpah 7 178 
Ilinman Luther 7 180 
Hiram 6 88 
Hitty 6 69 
Horace 61, 00, 70, 108. 

100, 135 
Horace 7 100, 111, 113, 

155, 199, 210, 255 
Horace 8 100, 201, 208 
Horace Buttles 8 280, 328 
Horace Delano 9 300, 336 
Horace Ernest 9 328 
Horace S. M. 7 100 
Horace Stanwood* 210 
Horatio 7 112, 207 
Horatio Laurens 7 207 
llosea 7 Hi I 
Ilovey 1 ' 78, 15! 
Hovey 8 2 15 
Howard 8 259, 320 
Howard Force 3 ' 335 
Huldah 1 L37, 145 
Huldah (French Ellis) 

si 
Huldah Mabel' 151 
Huldah ( Ricketson) 137 
[chabod 8 73, I ll 
[chabod S. 1 I 17 
[chabod S. 8 211 
Ida (A rmstrong) 310 
Ida !•:. :±7:; 

Ida E. (Woodbury) 292 
Ida [sadore 8 285 



Everett, Ida .I.' 1 293 
Ida May" 322 
Inez" 3(Hi 

Inez Francena 9 307 
lunis F. 8 233 
Ira 7 141, 233 
Ira A.. 8 226 
Ira G. 8 285, 33.) 
[rena (Mason) 102 
Irene 8 16 

Irene" 259 

Irene (Bailey) 235 

Irene Dean (Smith) 2112 

Irene F.' 62 

Irene M. 8 L87 

Irving 8 209 

Irving Gamaliel 8 2 1 1 

Isaac 11 31, 37, 3S 

Isaac 1 38 

Isaac'' 51, '.»:; 

Isaac 7 17<i. 27s 

Isaac Colburn 7 171, 27i'> 

Isabel 7 100, is:! 

Isabel (Hodges) 56 

Isabel (Noble) 273 

Isabella Bagley 9 287 

Isaiah 5 40, 77 

Isaiah 7 147 

Isaiah Woodward 7 1 I- 

lsracl-0. 20, 31, 32, 37 

Israel- 20, :;<i 

Israel 1 30, 37, 39, II. 50, 

52, 75 
Israel' 45, 17, 51, 52, 75, 

89, 94 
Israel" tin, ill 
Israel 7 L52, L78, 249, 281 
Israel Omer 8 282, 329 
Issachai" 7:'. 
.1. Edwards 8 202 
Jabez 6 si, 234 
Jabez 1 112, 157, 2:; I 
Jacob 6 83, 157 

Jacob l.owmair 151 

Jacob Warren" 157, 255 

James : 20 

James' to 

James" 58, 62, ''>•">. I L0, 

112, 1 16 
James 7 101, 136 
James- 202 

James A 11 si in 8 185, 287 
James Bradley 1 134,224 
James Bradley 8 '-"-' l 
James ( lampbell 8 :'.l'J 
James Fletcher 8 321 
James I [arrlson 8 270 
James Harvey 1 137 
James 11 inman 1 180, - 



360 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, James Manning 7 
171, 270 
James Marcus 8 205, 298 
James Smith 7 110, 202 
James Townsend 7 180 
Jamesetta (Jones) 205 
Jane 7 101, 142, 145 
Jane 8 189 

Jane (Alexander) 73 
Jane (Bartlett) 107 
Jane (Crapo) 142 
Jano Elizabeth 8 252 
Jane Gordon (Adams) 

322 
Jane M. (Everest) 231 
Jane Preston 7 170 
Jane (Turnbull) 188 
Janott G. (Lancaster) 

305 
Jason 6 50, 02, 111 
Jay 7 159, 259 
Jeanette G. 7 107 
tfedediah 2 17, 18, 19, 20, 

32 
Jedidah 7 145 
Jedidah (Brownson) 70 
Jedidah Hannah 7 145 
Jemima 5 50 
Jemima Clark 7 114 
Jemima (Clark) 114 
Jemima (Haven) 92 
Jemima (Maun) 49, 50 
Jennie 8 230 
Jennie A. (Allen) 331 
Jennie Augusta 8 209 
Jennie C. (Baldwin) 290 
Jennie (Doak) 288 
Jonnie E. 8 251 
Jennie (Hood) 1(51 
Jennie M. 8 231 
Jennie ll. 8 206 
Jennie Victoria 8 203 
Jeremiah 4 30, 37, 47, 49 
Jeremiah 5 47, 49, 82 
Jeremiah 82, 84 
Jeremiah 7 158 
Jeremiah F. 8 280, 329 
Jerome O. 8 230, 305 
Jerusha Allen (Nich- 
ols) 270 
Jerusha Skiff 7 149 
Jesse 5 40, 57 
Jesse 58, 08, 81, 83, 90, 

101, 154, 172 
Jesse 7 101, 172 
Jesse C. 8 220 
Jessie 8 240, 259 
Jessie E.' J 310 
Jessie I. 9 324 



Everett, Jessie J. (Burk) 

312 
Joanna 5 41 
Joanna 6 G4, 74 
Joanna 7 143 
Joanna B. 7 117 
Joanna Batchelder 

(Prince) 117 
Joanna Bird 6 05 
Joanna (Bird) 04 
Joanna (Kingsbury) 35 
Joanna M. (Allen) 310 
Joanna Maria 8 238 
Joanua (Stevens) 41 
Joel 02, 84, 87, 93, 108, 

170 
Joel 7 141, 170, 280 
Joel Sumner 7 158, 255 
John 2 9, 15, 18, 20, 21, 

22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 

28, 29, 32 
John 3 29, 34 
John 4 34, 36, 46 
John 5 40, 41, 46, 49, 50, 

50, 60. 61, 83 
John 6 67, 72, 78, 83, 90, 

140, 150, 159, 171 
John 7 111, 112, 118, 130, 

137, 138, 140, 142, 159, 

172, 205, 228, 232, 259 
John 8 193, 196 
John 9 300 
John Adams 89 
John Carlton 8 211 
John Clyde 9 321 
John Cutting 6 87 
John Cyrus 7 181, 284 
John Dwight 7 158, 257 
John E. 8 240 
John Edward 8 194, 292 
John Edward 9 308 
Johu Elmore 8 240, 314 
John Ford 7 148 
John Francis' 1 298 
John II. 7 104, 201 
John II. 8 241 
John Henry 8 193, 271 
John Howland 7 170 
Johu Ilurd 7 104 
John Jay 8 259 
John L. 6 180 
John Lord 6 95, 179 
John M. 7 63, 110 
John McCown 8 238, 310 
John Me teal f 7 108, 195 
John Metealf 9 296 
John Nicholson 01 
John Oliver 8 189 
John Paul 9 311 



Everett, John Phelps 7 

159 
John Phelps 8 258, 259, 

321 
John Samuel 9 314 
John Smith 7 144, 237 
John Smith 8 239, 312 
John T. 8 235, 309 
John W. 8 ISO 
John W. 9 307 
John Wheeler 8 233 
John Winter 9 297 
Jonas 6 84, 159 
Jonas B. 8 260 
Jonathan 4 30, 37, 45, 49 
Jonathan 5 46, 50, 80, 91 
Jonathan 6 160 
Jonathan Gay 7 105, 203 
Jonathan K. 7 167 
Jonathan Robert 8 265, 

322 
Joseph 4 34, 40 
Joseph 5 40, 51, 50, 114 
Joseph 6 57, 59, 74, 92, 

100 
Joseph 7 103, 108, 138, 

175 
Joseph 8 252, 272, 323 
Joseph Bucklin 7 108 
Joseph Caswell 7 101, 

185 
Joseph D. 8 202 
Joseph Mason 7 102, 180 
Joseph Mason 8 187 
Josephine (Lemmo) 309 
Josephine M. (Brown) 

325 
Joshua 4 37, 47 
Joshua 5 48, 79, 80 
Joshua 6 80, 152 
Joshua 7 147, 242 
Joshua Titus 7 147, 152, 

250 
Joshua Titus 8 249 
Josiah* 32, 38, 54 
Josiah 4 39, 52 
Josiah 5 35, 44, 48, 53, 

73, 80, 95 
Josiah 6 73, 84, 94, 95, 

142 
Josiah 7 140. 143, 234 
Josiah 8 234 
Josiah Fisk 7 153, 253 
Josiah Fisk 8 253 
Josiah Mirick 7 140 
Josiah Nelson 8 253 
Josie I. 9 324 
Josie Mary 9 299 
Josie May 9 320 



Index. 



361 



Everett, Judah 3 31 
Judeth 3 31 
Judith 5 42 
Judith (Dean) 41, 42 
Judith Delano 1 ' 1 336 
Judith (Delano) 209 
Judith (Magoun) 203 
Julia" 69, 70, 178 
Julia 7 110, 17s, 203 
Julia 8 203 
Julia A. 8 240 
Julia A. (Adams) 2S0 
Julia Ann 7 141, 165 
Julia Ann (Bailey) 235 
Julia Ann (Dodd) 210 
Julia Ann Ophelia - 232 
Julia Ann (Skattuck) 

231 
Julia Anna (Brickley) 

252 
Julia Anne 7 150 
Julia (Arnold) 230 
Julia (Blanchard) 288 
Julia (Chaffee) 244 
Julia Dean (Ellis) 291 
Julia Elizabeth 7 103,189 
Julia F. 8 204 
Julia Louisa 7 149 
Julia Maria 8 210 
Julia May (Noonberg) 

290 
Julia (Randolph) 312 
Juliet Chester 8 283 
Juliette Porter (Hoff- 
man) 201 
Juline Ellis 6 89 
Junia 8 209 

Justin Worthing 8 227 
Kate 8 201, 230, 231 
Kate A. (Davis) 337 
Katherine 6 91 
Katherine Eliza John- 
son 8 284 
Katherine H. (Hender- 
son) 302 
Katherine Pickman 

(Fay) 2 IS 
Kezia (Ware) 57, 114 
Keziah 6 57 

Koziah (Thompson) 195 
L. Jay 8 285 
Laura 1 ' 79 

Laura 7 108, 110, 145,203 
Laura A. (Dutton) 224 
Laura Augusta'- 1 292 
Laura Caroline 9 292 
Laura Elizabeth 7 137 
Laura Ellen 7 136 
Laura (Hooker) 138 



Everett, Laura M. (Bry- 
ant) 297 
Laura M. (Soule) 225 
Laura M. (Walden-Stan- 

ley) 130 
Laura Nancy 8 2 ! 1 
Laura P. (Martin) 258 
Lauretta Wright (Mc- 

Dougald) 318 
Lauriuda Ann 7 151, 247 
Laurinda Ettie 8 _' I i 
Lavina« 69, 70, 77 
Lee A. 8 228 
Leland 8 243 
Lelaud J." 337 
Lena 9 29s 
Lena May 9 
Leonard 6 58, 85, 91, 102, 

104, 173 
Leonard 7 L06, 174, 2T> 
Leonard" 1ST, 201 
Leonard Fessenden 6 88, 

109 
Leonard Kimball' 102, 

ISO 
Leonora 9 311 
Leroy Randolph 8 258 
Letitia (Buchanan) 290 
Lovantia F. 8 28 1 
Levi 4'.), 85 
Levi' 1 86 
Levi W. H 202 
Lewis" 70, 287 
Lewis 7 LOO, 111, 111 
Lewis 8 2s7 
Lewis A ill i nr- 2'):; 
Lewis Plimpton I 
Lida (Ross) 340 
Lilen (Reynolds) 310 
Lilian 8 220 
Lilian'' 320 
Lilian Estelle 9 ; L8 
Lilian Ethel 9 
Lilian 1.' 324 
Lilla (Clark) 273 
Lillian R. (Carpenti 

230 
Li Hie 8 259 
Lillie Irene" 321 
Lillie 1, 280 
Linden WV 208 
Linus' 1 02. I L0 
Linus Smith' IK), 202 
Lizzie 8 205 
Lodama 8 280 
Lois \-l, 10. 55 
Lois 7 L78 
Lois Ella 9 
Lois S. 8 225 



Everel b, Loisa 1 160, 171 
Lorenzo Carter 1 L68, 

20,7 

•nis Marshall 8 212 
Louisa 1 120, 152, 101 
Louisa 8 190, 218, 251 
Louisa Adeline 8 243 
Louisa ( Blanchard) 225 
Louisa <»tis'' 289 
Louisa Relief 9 302 
Louisa ( ringley) 161 
Louise B. (Rochester) 

201 
Lucas 8 206 
Lucina M. (Eaton) 2 
Lucinda 
Lucinda E. (Homer) 

323 
Lucinda Elizabeth 8 249 
Lucinda (G-unn) 332 
Lucinda i Keyes) 2 19 
Lucinda R. (Ware, 278 
Lucius 7 111), 113. 209 
Lucius Theodore 8 209 
laurel ia 8 242 
Lucrel ia ( !. ( Nbrcross) 

3iK» 
Lucrel ia ( rore 1 lol 
Lucretia (Gore) L03 
Lucretia Orne (Tea- 
body) 120 
Lucretia Underbill 1 17"> 
Lucy"' 10 
Lucy 1 07. 69, 7n. 7! 

75, 82, 83, 91, 95 
Lucy 1 I L5, 1 12, 172 
Lucy 8 235 

Lite, 

Lu.y A. 8 272 
Lucy A. | Peake) 188 
Lu.y (Abbott) 111 
Lucy Adelia 8 - 
Lucy Ann (Pond) *_'7*> 
Lucy Ann (Smith) l'u 
Lucy A una h l l x "> 
Lucj ( Balch ■ o i 
Lucy (Battle) 70 
Lucy (Churchill) 234 
Lucy (Dean) 

. [ill 1 115, 120, 13 I 
Lucj (Mill 
Lucy .lane l 13, 167 
Lucy i Kinelu L73 
Lucy Mae (Wads worth) 

Lucy Maria 7 136 

Lucj Maria (Blake) 810 

Lucj (Mirick Richard 

•a) L52 



362 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, Lucy (Morse) 


Everett, Marcona Smith 8 


Everett, Martha Eliza- 


73 


237 


beth 9 309 


Lucy (Moulton) 45 


Marcus 9 64, 86, 114, 211 


Martha (Felt) 152 


Lucy Richardson (Cut- 


Marcus 7 111, 114, 211 


Martha G. (Collins) 262 


ter) 286 


Margaret 5 48, 51 


Martha Gale 8 266 


Lucy (Roper) 152 


Margaret 51 


Martha (Hobart) 329 


Lucy (Titus) 85 


Margaret (Avery) 48 


Martha J. (Bailey) 263 


Lucy <Whiting) 74 


Margaret B. 7 173 


Martha Jones (Stanley) 


Luoyette (Reynolds) 


Margaret (Buckman) 91 


274 


159 


Margaret D. (Whiting) 


Martha Lavinia 7 149 


Lula Blanche" 303 


272 


Martha M. 8 185 


Lulu Irene (Boyd) 286 


Margaret Elizabeth 9 


Martha M. (May) 292 


Luna 8 206 


309 


Martha (Richardson) 73 


Luna E. (Vickery) 335 


Margaret Eva (Church- 


Martha (Skinner) 226 


Luther 7 137, 304 


ill) 303 


Martha (White) 206 


Luther 8 228, 304 


Margaret Eveline 8 267 


Martin 6 77 


Lydia 5 47, 54 


Margaret (Gillen) 268 


Martin 7 138, 146 


Lydia 7 145, 164 


Margaret (Greene) 231 


Martin Chester 7 146 


Lydia 47 


Margaret M. 9 304 


Martin VanBuren 8 263 


Lydia A. (Houghton) 


Margaret M. (Orear)311 


Mary 2 17, 18, 20 


224 


Margaret Maria 9 304 


Mary 3 31 


Lydia Ann 8 241 


Margaret (Teller) 285 


Mary* 34, 36, 37, 38 


Lydia Anna 7 156 


Margie Bell 9 333 


Mary 5 43, 44, 45, 48, 49, 


Lydia B. 8 231 


Marguerite Blanche 9 


51, 53, 55, 90, 338 


Lydia (Beach) 53 


311 


Mary 6 56, 58, 62, 63, 69, 


Lydia (Beal) 92, 93 


Marguerite Field 9 320 


70, 71, 73, 78, 79, 81, 


Lydia (Bullard) 113 


Maria* 92, 105, 111, 112, 


83, 87, 96 


Lydia C. (Coffin) 277 


134 


Mary 7 116, 134, 137, 138, 


Lydia Coffin 8 278 


Maria 7 105, 111,112,134 


143, 167, 182 


Lydia (Doolittle-Lord) 


Maria B. (Hunt) 275 


Mary* 188, 201, 206, 235, 


103 


Maria Louisa 7 161 


246, 260 


Lydia Holbrook 7 115 


Maria Louise (Price) 


Mary 9 304 


Lydia (Lyon) 274 


186 


Mary 9, 17, 18 


Lydia (Slade) 324 


Maria P. (Wheeler) 232 


Mary A. 7 164, 167, 253 


Lydia (Studley) 147 


Maria (Sanger) 194 


Mary A.* 253 


Lydia W. (Shurtleff- 


Maria W. (Gilmore- 


Mary A. 9 308 


Hall) 95 


Bullard) 316 


Mary A. (Billings) 213 


Lyman c 85, 9S, 164 


Maria (Wier) 136 


Mary A. (Collins) 301 


Lyman 7 164, 262 


Maria (Woodward) 240 


Mary A. (Merrill) 210 


Lyman Colburn 8 276, 


Mariah (Johnson) 246 


Mary A. (Smith) 239 


327 


Marian 9 293 


Mary A. (Turner-Drum- 


M. Augusta (Adams) 


Marian Jones s 271, 341 


mond) 188 


232 


Marianna Huse 7 133 


Mary A. (Warren) 258 


Mabel 5 53 


Marie Juliette 9 295 


Mary (Abrams) 304 


Mabel 7 150 


Marilda (Cook) 182 


Mary Adelaide 8 225 


Mabel 9 321, 331 


Marion 9 288 


Mary (Allen) 42 


Mabel B. 9 293 


Marion Bertha 10 336 


Mary Almedia 8 264 


Mabel Christine 9 320 


Marion Clement 9 318 


Mary Amelia 7 171 


Mabel E. s 246 


Marion Dixon 9 308 


Mary Angeline (Foster) 


Mabel (Elmore) 78 


Marion Fisher 9 327 


334 


Mabel (Hay) 287 


Marion Tybout 9 302 


Mary Ann 7 135, 139, 150, 


Mabel Thompson 9 205 


Marjorie Edith 9 2i)fi 


245 


Mabel Virginia 9 331 


Martha 83, 1)1 


Mary Ann (Baird) 250 


Maggie A. (Kyle) 184 


Martha A. (Fosdick) 330 


Mary Ann (Billings) 172 


Mahlon 7 170 


Martha Allen (Plum- 


Mary Ann (Calkins) 230 


Mandana 6 84, 162 


mer) 308 


Mary Ann (Harvey) 263 


Manning 6 89, 171 


Martha Ann" 166 


Mary Ann (Hazard) 253 


Manton 8 254 


Martha Ann Fisk 7 153 


Mary Ann Jones 8 232 


Marah 6 72 


Martha C. (Abram) 304 


Mary Ann (Kimball) 133 



Index. 



363 



Everett, Mary Ann (Wal- 

lis) 232 
Mary Anna 8 275 
Mary Anna (Studley) 

147 
Mary B. 9 313 
Mary (Barron) 282 
Mary (Bennett) 34 
Mary (Booth) 264 
Mary (Briggs) 228 
Mary (Brooks) 157 
Mary (Browne) 34, 334 
Mary C. 8 203, 266 
Mary (Capen) 5s 
Mary Caroline 7 1 18 
Mary Caroline 8 194, 

240 
Mary Caswell 8 185 
Mary (Clap) 62, 112 
Mary (Clark) 110, 308 
Mary Clement 8 266 
Mary Comfort (Murry) 

276 
Mary (Comstock) 55 
Mary Coolidge 8 271 
Mary Cornelia 8 245 
Mary (Cudmore) 245 
Mary (Curt inn) 87 
Mary PI 8 252, 261, 265 
Mary E. (Bates) 275 
Mary E. (Brown) 303 
Mary E. (Fairchild) 25s 
Mary E. (Leigh) 274 
Mary E. Maria (Price) 

192 
Mary E. (Skinner) 179 
Mary E. (Warren) 307 
Mary E. F. (Fletcher) 

311 
Mary Eda 9 32'.) 
Mary Edith" 277 
Mary Edith 1 ' 28S 
Mary Elizabeth 7 103 
Mary Elizabeth 8 241, 

252, 21)7, 282 
Mary Ella 9 323 
Mary Ellen (Breed) 225 
Mary Ellen (Maiden) 

277 
Mary Elmore 7 150 
Mary Ely' L49 
Mary Ethel 9 300 
Mary F. 8 279 
Mary (Fish) 157 
Mary Florence (Con- 
nolly) 327 
Mary Frances 109 
Mary Frances (Bagley) 

287 



Everett, Mary Frances 

(Dutcher) 244 
Mary (Fuller) 37 
.Mary G. (Elliot) 325 
MaryG. (Ellsworth) 296 
Mary G. (Simons) 325 
Mary (Gilbert -Shurh- 

way) 206 
Mary Bannah 8 24! 
Mary (Hatch) 241 
Mary Bawes (Ellis) 212 
Mary ( i [awes) 3,7 
Mary Howland 7 L70 
Mary Isis (Kinser) 310 
Mary J. 7 173, 181 
Mary ,i. (Giles) 3,35 
Mary Jane 7 180 
Mary Jane- 249 
Mary Jane 9 

Mary Jane (Farley) 188 
Mary Jane (Leishman) 

287 
Mary Johnson (Stearns) 

272 
Mary Josephine (Clark) 

300 
Mary (Kellogg) 147 
Mary L. 8 242 
Mary L. 9 329 
Mary Lane 8 233 
Mary Langford 9 317 
Mary Lauretta" 318 
Mary (Leonard) 199 
Mary (Leverett) 108 
Mary Locke 10 337 
Mary Louisa 7 175 
Mary Louisa 8 210 
Mary Louisa 297 
Mary Louise- 192 
Mary Low" 209 
Mary (Low-Bartol) 102 
Mary Lucy 7 L50 
Mary Lucy 9 330 
Mary M. 7 L63 
Mary M." L85 
Mary Maria 7 L35 
Mary May* 238 
Mary Messenger 7 I 
Mary (Messinger) 86 
Mary (Morey) 154 
Mary N. (Brightman) 

323 
Mary Norcross (Prai 1 1 

27! 

Mary Orne° 300 
Mary Park (Blake) 279 
Mary < Peppei i 
Mary Ripley 7 105 
Mary Russell 7 101 



Everett, Mary S. (May- 

oard) 175 
Mary Seraphina 8 256 
Mary (Shepherd) 163 
Mary (Smith) 56, 82, 83, 

69, 211 
Mary Smith Clapp 7 112, 

21 >7 
Mary (Snmvi L93 
Mary Spear (Clement | 

254 
Mary Susan 7 119 
Mary (Thayer) 203 
Mary (Thorp) 43 
Mary Turner 8 233 
Mary (Twitehell) 234 
Mary V. (Glover) 275 
Mary i Warren) 185 
Mary Webster 8 274 
Mary Whitney 8 248 
Mary (Whitney) 248 
Mary (Winch) 12 
Matie Sophia 9 2!«; 
Matilda 7 112 
Matilda Judith (Os- 
good) 276 
Matilda (Marsh) 144 
Mattie M. y 324 
Maud (Melville) 201 
Maude 9 289, 298, 311 
Maude G. 8 260 
Maude Lillian (Gates) 

317 
May 9 312 
May Isabella (Miller) 

318 
Mehitable 6 12, W, 81 
Mehitable E. (Johnson) 

284 
Melatiah 8 12, 50 
Melatiah 6 61, 63, 68, 88. 

100, 134, 197 
Melatiah 7 168 
Melatiah 6 195 
Melatiah (Motealf- 

Ware) 80 
Melinda Agnes (Pratt) 

334 
Melinda Rebecca 7 166 
Melissa" 111 
Melissa Eunice 8 249 
Melville Clarence 8 311 
Melville Luther* 299, 

311 
Mendall Gilbert* 260, 

315 
Mendall Berber! 
Mercy* 34 
Mercy* 13 



364 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, Mercy (Browne) 


Everett, Myla L. (Moody) 


Everett, Nora E.(Odaffer) 


338 


294 


320 


Mercy J. (Goodspeed) 


Myra Florence (Parker) 


Nora (Wyatt) 264 


179 


277 


Noyes 6 98 


Mercy (Nye) 179 


Myra Melissa 8 244 


Olive 5 46 


Mercy Shepard (Dag- 


Myrtie (Spaulding) 321 


Olive 6 86, 89 


gett) 254 


N. Stan lev 8 274 


Olive 7 137 


Mercy (Starkey-Bab- 


Nabby (Hill) 173, 174 


Olive M. 8 274 


cock) 80 


Nancy 6 57, 58, 70, 89, 99 


Oliver 5 40, 41, 47, 59, 


Merle H. 9 321 


Nancy 7 101, 142 


05, 66, 68, 130 


Merrick 8 274, 320 


Nancy Alcesta (Good- 


Olivor 6 59, 62, 67, 68, 


Metcalf 6 61, 107 


now) 315 


102, 112, 119, 204 


Metcalf 7 153, 252 


Nancy (Barnard) 118 


Oliver 7 100, 103, 106, 


Metcalf 8 195, 295 


Nancy E. 8 193 


111, 112, 119, 188, 194, 


Mical 5 52 


Nancy French 7 171 


204 


Mila 7 178 


Nancy Jane 7 175 


Oliver 8 216, 302 


Mildred 8 216 


Nancy Maria 7 114 


Oliver 9 306, 313 


Mildred Austin 10 334 


Nancy (Mason) 153 


Oliver Austin 8 224, 303 


Millard Fillmore 8 258, 


Nancy Minerva (Wood- 


Oliver Blackman 7 141 


320 


ward) 148 


Oliver C. 8 230, 306 


Mille (Gay) 106 


Nancy P. (Wyatt) 268 


Oliver Capon 7 104, 190 


Milly Ann Gay 8 192, 193 


Nancy (Khoades) 192 


Oliver Hillman 8 203, 297 


Milly Gay 7 106 


Nancy Shaw 7 107, 108, 


Olivor Hurd 8 191, 291 


Milly Gay 8 193 


197 


Oliver James 8 180 


Milo 8 206 


Nancy (Shaw) 106 


Oliver Stockbridge 9 288 


Milton 6 86, 105 


Nancy (Whiting) 100 


Oliver V. 7 139, 230 


Milton H. 8 230, 305 


Nancy W. (Wright) 118 


Oliver Weld 8 191 


Milton M. 8 264 


Nannie E. (How) 312 


Olivia 6 72 


Mindwell 6 86, 94 


Nathan 6 91, 174 


Olney W. 8 253 


Mindwell (Hewes) 172 


Nathan B. 8 276, 326 


Omer R. 8 329 


Mindwell (Strong) 93 


Nathan Norton 7 148 


Ora 8 234 


Mindwell (Woodward- 


Nathaniel 5 42, 51, 90 


Orissa (Abbott) 254 


Shepard) 49 


Nathaniel 6 68,75, 90, 171 


Orlando 7 165 


Minerva A. (Snyder) 


Nathaniel 8 252 


Orpha Statira 7 181 


333 


Nathaniel Howes 7 172, 


Orrin 7 159 


Minna 8 251 


272 


Orville M. 8 230, 306 


Minnie 9 317 


Nathaniel Hill 7 173, 275 


Otis 6 58, 59, 85, 103, 103 


Minnie E. 9 324 


Nathaniel Shelton 6 76 


Otis 7 104, 189 


Minnie Esther (Haw- 


Nathaniel Ware 7 101, 


Otis 9 289 


ley) 314 


ISO 


Otis Blake 8 189 


Minnie Maria 9 293 


Nelley Minerva 6 95 


Otis Hamilton 7 163, 201 


Minnie Maria (Fitts) 


Nelley (Pease) 95 


Otis W. 8 180, 287 


228 


Nellie Blanche 9 321 


Otis Whiting 7 153, 251 


Minnie (Moore-Orabb) 


Nellie C. (Keith) 333 


Palmer 8 226 


257 


Nelly 9 324 


Pamela How 8 249 


Mira 8 206 


Netta G. 9 306 


Pamela (How) 151 


Mirah A. (Johnson) 245 


Netta Oranda (Gould) 


Pamela Williams (Kir- 


Molly 6 69 


337 


by) 247 


Molly Anna 6 75 


Nettie C. 8 230 


Pamelia (Holdnye) 229 


Molly (Titus) 79 


Nettie May 8 257 


Paschal Paoli 7 144 


Moody Hewes 7 172, 273 


Nevin C. 9 333 


Patience (Carpenter- 


Moody Hewes 8 273 


Newton C. 7 165 


Stanley) 48 


• Moses 5 41, 53, 55, 04, 05, 


Newton Franklin 7 149, 


Patty 6 80, 81 


66 


244 


Paul 6 75, 80, 81, 153 


Moses 6 59, 05, 75, 105 


Noble 5 53, 95, 283 


Paul Adelbert 9 312 


Moses 7 00, 105,100, 112, 


Noble 6 95, 179, 283 


Paul Ellsworth 10 337 


117, 192, 209 


Noble Josiah 6 95, 181 


Paulina 6 98 


Moses Pingree 7 105, 203 


Noble Warren 7 179, 282, 


Paulina (Phelps) 159 


Moses Williams 8 191 


283 


Pauline F. 8 228 



Index. 



:;.;:, 



Everett, Paul Jones 6 239, 


Everett, Rachel (Rice) 32 


312 


Rachel (Sprague) 111 


Pautha Jane (Marris- 


Rallie R. 9 330 


Greenlee) 238 


Ralph W .- 258, 320 


Pedda 6 89 


Ransom 8 97 


Peggy 6 57, 114 


Ransom 7 148 


Peggy 7 101 


Ransom Frederick 7 148. 


Pelatiah 5 50, 87, 169 


243 


Pelatiah Mann G 87, 108 


Raymond 9 297 


Penelope (Howland) 


Raymond Lester s 277 


170 


Raymond Walter 11 335 


Ponuel 5 49, 85, 80 


Rebecca 


Porcival Lowell 8 190, 


Rebecca 5 49, 51 


288 


Rebecca 6 90 


Perilla J. A. (Noetling) 


Rebecca 7 142 


331 


Rebecca 8 235 


Persis 6 71 


Rebecca 184 


Persis 7 137 


Robecca (Allen) 81 


Persis de la Fayette 7 ! 57 


Rebecca (Blackington) 


Persis (Fosgate) 249 


49 


Persis (Wilder) 150 


Rebecca C. (Lawrence) 


Peter* 35, 44 


274 


Peter 5 44, 74 


Robecca (Connolly) 90 


Phebe 7 139, 229 


Rebecca F. (Tates) 340 


Phebe A. 7 145 


Rebecca (Farrington) 


Phebe (Clark) 110, 112 


73, 142 


Phebo D. 8 231 


Rebecca (Ingell) 153 


Phebo J. 8 273 


Rebecca Lepingtou 7 


Phebe J. (Austin) 325 


104, 190 


Phebe Parsons 7 110 


Rebecca (Little) 89 


Phebe (Strong) 145 


Rebecca (Milliken) 113 


Phebe (Thayer) 58 


Rebecca (Ogden) 154 


Phebo (Woodward) 172 


Rebecca W. (Crimes) 


Phelps 7 159 


315 


Philena 6 98 


Regina (Sperry) 164 


Philena 7 159 


Relief Vincent 7 120 


Philena (Marsh) 144 


Reuben 4 39, 53 


Philo Marshall 7 181, 283 


Reuben 5 5 1 


Phinehas 5 41, 02, 112 


Revel Gordon 7 17s, 281 


Phinehas 6 63, 113 


Rhoda 6 68, S7 


Phinehas Franklin 7 208 


Rhoda Angeline 8 255 


Polly" 58, 71, 81, 85, 99 


Rhoda Harriet 7 L64 


Polly 7 143, 230 


Rhoda (Haskins) L63 


Polly 92, 181 


Rhoda (Smith) 68 


Polly llaws' ; 89 


Rhoda Titus 6 80 


Preston French 7 171, 


Richard 1 9, 10, 11, 12, 


270 


13, 14, 15, 10, IS, 2H, 


Princess M. 8 257 


32 


Princess N. 9 320 


Richard 8 28, 29, :!1 36 


Prudence Boardman 


Richard 6 19, 51, 82, 91 


(Scribner) 175 


Richard 6 57, 84,91, 101, 


Prudence C. 7 167 


Kil 


Rachel- 32, 3:5 


Richard 1 172, 271 


Rachel 4 35 


Richard' 26J 


Rachel 7 138 


Richard B.' 


Rachel (Clement) 167 


Richard Boardman 7 


Rachel (Ford) 183, 340 


176, 277 


Rachel Mehitabel 9 332 


Richard C. 6 85, L63 


Rachel (Newcomb) 35 


Richard Clair" 82, 156 



Everett, Richard Floyd' 

1 18, 243 

Richard Louis 7 I'll 

Richard Louis Ferdi- 
nand 7 Kil, 260 

Richard Mather 9 328 

Richmond Pearl 7 170 

Robert" 7!, 138,205, 293 

Robert* 20:, 

Robert 9 293 

Roberl A/ 229, 305 

Roberl B. 168 

Robert Boyle 8 215 

Robert Francis 8 271 

Robert Gordon 9 322 

Robert II." 2(14 

Robert Maxwell 9 286 

Robert P. 7 10-1 

Robie 1 138 

Rochester 8 201 

Roger 9 319 

Rollo Dodge 8 227 

Rosa (Denham) 251 

Rosa M. (Michallis) 307 

Rosalind S. (Page) Kil 

Rosamond 7 120 

Rosamond ( Packard 1 
147 

Roscoe Spees 8 227 

Roselle Emily' L36, 227 

Rosetta M. a 272 

Rosilla G. (Bickford) 
29:; 

Roswell" 77, 147 

Rowena 8 258 

Rowena 1«V 2.".:: 

Rowena (Spalding) s - 

Rowena ( Williams) 153 

Roxalina < laroline 8 238 

Roxanna" SI 

Row (Marshall) lsl 

Roy E. 9 301 

Ruby A.. 9 -in 

Ruby Ruth Allen' 1 17 

Kut'us 7 1 1 1 

Rufus 8 204 

Rufus Clement 8 266 

Rufus Dodd 8 210, 300 

Rufus II. 7 165 

Rufus S. 8 194, 211:'. 

Rush' 135 

Russell 8 77. 1 is, 1 10 

Russell A. 7 117 

Russell .Maiden" 277 

Russell Packard' 1 17 
Ruth-' 18, 20 
Ruth 6 71, 78 
Ruth 1 291 
Ruth Agnes 1 '•■•7 



366 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, Kuth Eliza 8 250 


Everett, Samuel Harlow 7 


Everett, Sarah (Ellms) 


Ruth Esther" 314 


178, 280 


174, 175 


Ruth Eveline 9 327 


Samuel Henry 7 161 


Sarah Emeline 7 102 


Ruth (Field) 71 


Samuel Henry 10 336 


Sarah F. 8 266 


Ruth L. (Underhill) 175 


Samuel Holbrook 57, 


Sarah F. (Barrett) 298 


Ruth Lavinia 9 323 


64, 114, 115 


Sarah F. (Gray) 276 


Ruth (Pishon) 207 


Samuel Holbrook 7 115, 


Sarah F. (Lamson) 227 


Ruth (Wood) 152 


212 


Sarah Florence 9 294 


«. Austin 8 274 


Samuel Jarvis 8 280, 328, 


Sarah Frances 7 151, 247 


S. Euretta (Fonton) 306 


329 


Sarah Frances 9 306 


Sabra Melissa 8 281 


Samuel Fearco 8 249, 314 


Sarah Frances (Dewey) 


Sabra (Rose) 281 


Samuel R. 9 325 


291 


Sabrina (Allen) 171 


Samuel Rowley 7 172, 


Sarah (Gay) 46 


Sabrina (Smith) 272 


272 


Sarah Hews 7 101 


Sadie E. 9 328 


Samuel Williams 7 116, 


Sarah (Hews) 57 


Sadie Elsie 9 320 


214, 215 


Sarah (Hill) 173 


Sadie (Leslie) 261 


Sara VanTrump (Buck- 


Sarah Holden 8 254 


Sally 6 56, 85, 88, 169 


ingham) 318 


Sarah Holmes (Goff) 


Sally 7 57, 110, 141, 143, 


Sarah 2 20 


270, 340 


236 


Sarah 4 35, 36, 39 


Sarah (Honser) 2S1 


Sally (Baker) 75 


Sarah 5 42, 45, 51, 52 


Sarah (Hutchins) 234 


Sally (Brown) 250 


Sarah 58, 63, 70, 72, 75, 


Sarah I. (Cole) 261 


Sally (Carr) 158 


81, 83, 89, 90, 91, 92, 


Sarah J. (Steele) 268 


Sally (Franklin) 143 


97, 155 


Sarah Jane 7 175 


Sally (Jones) 182 


Sarah 7 105, 145, 154 


Sarah Jane 9 308 


Sally (Runnels) 271 


Sarah A. 7 Ill 


Sarah Jane (Monies) 


Sally S. 7 163 


Sarah A. (Fuller) 166 


192 


Samuel' 2 15, 18, 20, 21, 


Sarah A. (Hollistor) 242 


Sarah Jane (Smith- 


30, 31, 38, 90, 91, 92, 


Sarah A. (Spencer) 259 


Parker) 290 


93 


Sarah A. (Steere) 273 


Sarah (Joslin) 245 


Samuel 3 31 


Sarah Amelia 7 149 


Sarah Kate 8 238 


Samuel 4 38, 51 


Sarah Amelia s 270 


Sarah (Keyes) 101 


Samuel 5 48, 49, 51, 52, 


Sarah Ann 8 195, 231, 249 


Sarah L. 263 


84, 92, 93 


Sarah Anna 7 134 


Sarah Louisa 8 270 


Samuel" 80, 81, 83, 90, 


Sarah R. (Brown) 270 


Sarah Low (Holden) 


91, 93, 94, 152, 158, 


Sarah (Bidleman) 260 


254 


172, 177 


Sarah (Billings 1 ! 73 


Sarah Mann 7 115 


Samuel 7 115, 173, 249, 


Sarah (Biackman) 141 


Sarah (Mann) 115 


274 


Sarah Rond 8 211 


Sarah (McKendry) 105 


Samuel 8 235 


Sarah C. 8 239 


Sarah Merriam 8 250 


Samuel Albert 9 329 


Sarah C. (Stone) 146 


Sarah (Metcalf) 51 


Samuel Andrews 9 315 


Sarah (Clap) 72 


Sarah (Morse) 106 


Samuel Raid win" 101 


Sarah (Coryell) 150 


Sarah Octavia (Dwinel) 


Samuel Belding 7 136, 


Sarah (Culver) 36 


215 


227 


Sarah E. 8 260 


Sarah (Pitcher) 89 


Samuel E. 6 78 


Sarah E. 9 319 


Sarah Porter (Ken- 


Samuel E. 7 151 


Sarah E. (Campbell) 


drick) 171 


Samuel Elmore 7 150, 


319 


Sarah Preston 67, 131 


244, 313 


Sarah E. (Davis) 320 


Sarah R. (Morse) 194 


Samuel F. 7 73, 143, 235 


Sarah E. (Greene) 288 


Sarah (Richards) 81 


Samuel Fish 7 158, 256 


Sarah E. (Hill) 294 


Sarah (Roys-Rice) 9S 


Samuel Franklin 7 158, 


Sarah E. (Johnson- 


Sarah (Safford) 92 


258 


Crafts) 264 


Sarah Sophia 8 202, 233 


Samuel Franklin 8 258 


Sarah E. (McHard) 258 


Sarah T. 7 176 


Samuel (J. 7 168, 266 


Sarah Eliza 9 309 


Sebastian L. 8 202, 296 


Samuel Gilbert 7 153 


Sarah Elizabeth 7 135, 


Seraphina (Haynes) 255 


Samuel 11/ 206, 299 


146 


Seth 4 39, 55 


Samuel Hannibal Napo 


Sarah Elizabeth 9 295 


Seth 5 55 


leon Bonaparte 7 163 


Sarah Ellen 7 117, 168 


Seth 6 62 



Index. 



367 



Evorett, Sheldon Brown- 
sou 7 144, 240 
Sherlock 7 182 
Shirley Blake 9 286 
Sidney Brooks 8 219 
Silas" 80, 81, 153 
Silas 7 172 
Silas Kendrick 7 171, 

270, 340 

Silas Kendrick 8 270, 

271, 341 

Silas Kendrick' 1 341 
Silas Shepard" 153, 252 
Silas Shepard 8 254, 318 
Sophia 7 158 

Sophia A. (Stubbs) 328 
Sophia Miriam 8 23S 
Sophia (Moore) 202 
Sophia (Kice) 156 
Sophronia 7 112, 140 
Statira (Hills-Marshall) 

96 
Stella Brown' 1 316 
Stephen 6 72, 139, 226 
Stephen 7 140, 141, 231, 

232 
Stephen 8 220 
Stephen T. 8 253, 317 
Stevens' 5 05, 119 
Sola 6 89 
Sumner Haynes 8 256, 

319 
Sumner J. b 259 
Susan' 1 71, 86, 324 
Susan 7 105, 140, 158, 172, 

173, 256 
Susan 8 252 
Susan 9 324 

Susan Amanda 7 178, 180 
Susan Ann (Gordon) 

149, 242 
Susan Ann (Smith) 25'.) 
Susan Augusta 88 
Susan Augusta 7 170, 269 
Susan (Beman) 248 
Susan Capon" 104 
Susan Caroline 1, 242 
Susan D. u 321 
Susan E. (Emery) 266 
Susan Elizabeth 7 140 
Susan Elizabeth 8 252 
Susan F. 7 166 
Susan (Fitch) 178 
Susan Frances" 283 
Susan (Hawks) 261 
Susan J. (Bowers) 225 
Susan J. (/rail) 165 
Susan (Jenny) 170 
Susan Louisa 8 248 



Everett, Susan Luthana 

(Jordan) 318 
Susan Maria" 250 
Susan (Mirick) 139 
Susan H. (Elder) 205 
Susanna' 35 
Susanna 6 50 
Susanna'' 56, 59, 84, 01, 

160 
Susanna (Sawyer-Paul) 

278 
Susanna (Walleott) 84 
Susannah (Capen) 59 
Susannah (Myrick) 91 
Susannah (Nossaman) 

238 
Susannah (Rolfc) 72 
Sybil 5 44, 51 
Sybil 6 72 
Sybil 7 142 
Sybil 8 220 
Sylvester 6 84, 160 
Sylvester 7 172 
Sylvia 5 40, 330 
Sylvia 6 77 
Sylvia Eveline'-' 29 4 
Sylvia Jane 8 257 
Sylvia L. 7 181 
Tabitha 3 32, 33 
Tamar Eurania 6 70 
Tessie M. 9 310 
Thaddeus 6 99 
Thankful 207 
Thankful W. (Shepard) 

134 
Theodore 8 210 
Theodore 9 300, 335 
Theodore Gaubert 9 301 
Theophilus Capen 1 L03, 

1S7 
Theophilus Mayo 7 103 
Theophilus Stover 7 103 
Thirza (Cudworth) 208 
Thomas'' 65, 117 
Thomas A. 7 147 
Thomas Blake 8 190, 288 
Thomas Edward 9 31 l 
Thomas IIusc" 07, L33 
Thomas Muse 7 133 
Thomas Marean 8 187, 
* 288 

Thomas Wright 7 118 
Thursa J. 6 77 
Timothy 8 32, S3 
Timothy 4 37, 39 
Timothy 6 50, 55, 89 
Timothy 8 230 
Torrey 1 1 10 
Torrey 8 201 



Everett, Truman* 96 
Tryphena 6 50 
Tryphena 8 57 
Tryphena 1 101 
Tryphena (Collier) 206 
Tryphena Shepard 8 88 
Tryphena (Shepard) 153 
Tyler 8 64 

Urania (Taylor) 75 
Veona J. 8 309 
Vernon L. 9 309 
Vina Morse 7 106 
Vine IT 

Viola Rosette 27:: 
Virgil 6 88 

Virginia Pautha 1 230 
W. Amiada 8 202 
Waity (Stanlej ) 160 
Waldo ( llarence 9 317 
Wallace Washburn 9 296 
Walter 8 200, 220. 243, 

300 
Walter Burton 8 243 
Walter ('." 245. 31 1 
Waller Daggett 8 254 
Walter Gilkey 8 100 
Walter Goodnow 9 315, 

330 

Walter Guernsey 1 146 

Walter Lowell' 288 
Walter P. F. 7 107 
Walter Palmer 9 300 
Walter T. 8 230, 306 
Walter Woodward 9 319 
Warren 7 1 13 
Warren Day 7 111.: 
Warren Douglas' 239, 

3,11 
Warren Francis 9 31 1 
Warren II.- 231 
Warren [rving 8 283 
Warren James 238, 310 
Warren Pettee 8 L85, 2-7 
Weltlia A. 7 181 
Willard 8 70, 91, 135, 17:; 
Willard 1 106, 193 
Willard 8 L94, 195, 278, 

295 
Willard Colburn 8 327 
Willard Ernest i 
Willard Eugene 9 292 
Willard F. 27.'. 
Willard S. ' 303 
Willard Shepard 1 134, 

22 I 
William 29, 
William' 35, 13 
William 6 35, 1 1. I--, 51, 

72, 80, 81, 01 



368 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everett, William 6 72, 76, 

78, 80, 81, 95, 141, 

149, 151, 152, 155, 178, 

242 
William 7 100, 109, 131, 

142, 152, 154, 158, 164, 

172, 174, 176, 180, 183, 

198, 220, 233, 257, 272, 

279, 340 
William 8 205, 235, 242, 

243, 252, 316 
William 9 325 
William A. 7 143, 234 
William Abbot 7 119 
William Albert 9 332 
William B. 8 183, 286 
William Baruott 8 238, 

310 
William Bebb 8 257 
William Blackmail 8 233, 

307 
William D. 9 312 
William Denison 8 251 
William Dexter 9 286 
William Dickson 8 234, 

308 
William E. 8 231 
William Ellis 7 151, 247 
William Elmer 7 148 
William F. 7 163 
William Fitcb 7 178, 282 
William G. 8 261 
William Groonough 7 

175, 276 
William H. 8 272, 324 
William H. 9 324 
William H. H. 8 260 
William Henry" 146, 

156, 168, 227, 268 
William Henry 8 227, 

253, 268, 270, 275, 284 
William Henry 9 296,335 
William Hoyt 8 282 
William Jenkins 7 101 
William Jones 7 140 
William Law 8 204 
William Leonard 8 186 
William Minns 9 341 
William Moore 8 202,296 
William N. 9 332 
William Roy 9 320 
William S. 8 235 
William Shedd 7 136, 226 
William Stillman 7 152, 

248 
William Stillman 8 249 
William Tborndike 7 117 
William V. 8 280 
William W. B 279 



Everett, William Wade 9 
318 

William Walker 8 235 

William Webster 7 102 

Winifred Emma (Stack- 
pole) 317 

Winthrop Irving 8 270 

Wyllis 6 99, 181, 182 

Zebulou Ellis 7 171 

Zillah W. (Gay) 165 

Zira 9 305 

Zylpha 8 252 

[See also Avered, 
Avery, Everit, Ev- 
eritt] . 
Everit, Abigail (Nortb) 96 

Abner 45 

Alice 47 

Ambrose 97, 99 

Andrew 96 

Andrew Hinman 96 

Betsey 47 

Clarissa 47 

Daniel 45 

Ebenozer 45, 46 

Elihu 96 

Elipbalet 46 

Elisba 96 

Elizabeth 46 

Elizabeth (Steele) 45 

Hannah (West) 44 

Irene 46 

Isaiah 46 

Israel 44, 45 

Jeremiah 47 

John 46 

Jonatban 46 

Lois 46 

Lucy 46 

Lucy (Moulton) 15 

Lydia 47 

Mary 45 

Mohitable 46 

Olive 46 

Oliver 47 

Sarah 45 

Sarah (Gay) 46 

Statira (Hills-Marshall) 
96 

Sylvia 46, 339 

Truman 96 

Vine 47 
Everitt, Aaron M. 145 

Abbie Pamela 248 

Abby C. 147 

Abel Clark 149, 243 

Abigail 77 

Abigail (Chaffee) 150 

Abigail E. 181 



Everitt, Abner 76, 77, 145 
Abner Brownson 145, 

240 
Abner Josiah 146 
Abraham Brownson 77, 

146 
Adeline Minerva 149 
Adolphus 77, 147 
Albert Chester 181 
Alice 243, 244 
Alice (Jordan) 245 
Almira Rebecca 249 
Ambrose (Mallory) 145 
Ambrose Marsh 144 
Amelia (Avered) 53 
Ann 78 
Ann Eliza (Canfield) 

244 
Anna (Hatch) 147 
Anna Maria 240, 313 
Asa 77, 147 
Augusta Maria 145 
Augustus 78, 150 
Austin 79 
Bertrand 243 
Betsey 76, 77, 145 
Betsey Ann 147 
Betsey M. 144 
Burrett Chaffee 244 
Caroline 147 
Caroline Matilda 145 
Caroline M. (Marsh) 144 
Caroline P. 147 
Caroline Ruby (Par- 
sons) 148 
Catharine Eliza 146 
Catherine H. (St. John) 

243 
Charity 76 
Charles 76, 144 
Charles Abner 146 
Charles Burrett 149, 244 
Charles Edgar 244 
Charles W. 145 
Charles AVildman 242 
Clarissa (Chaffee) 243 
Cynthia L. 181 
Cynthia (Lowman) 151 
Cyrus Packard 148 
Daniel 75 
Daniel Brownson 77, 

145 
Daniel Quincy 145 
Daniel Taylor 76 
Deborah 77 
Deborah (Lord) 77 
Dorothea Helen 313 
Dorothy Hyde 150 
Ebe (Ebonezer) 78 



Index. 



369 



Evoritt, Edith 243 
Edward 244, 313 
Edward A. 150, 246 
Edward Hormon 240, 

313 
Edwin Brownson 14(i 
Elias 79, 151 
Elihu 181 
Eliphalet 79 
Eliza 140, 241 
Elizabeth Anna 242 
Elizaboth (Chaffec- 

Chapman) 77 
Elizabeth Isabel (How- 
ell) 313 
Elizabeth Urania 145 
Elizabeth V. (Harris) 

314 
Ella Susan 244 
Ellen 243 
Ellen Harriet (Curtiss) 

243 
Elmira (Skiff) 242 
Elmore 78, 150, 245 
Emily Diantha 147 
Emily (Goodenough) 

242 
Emily P. 150, 240 
Emily (St. John) 241 
Emily (Wordon) 144 
Emma (Brown) 151 
Emma Lucretia 148 
Enoch P. 148, 149, 242 
Erastus Curtiss 243 
Ernest Ransom 244 
Esther (Carter) 140 
Esther Mary 151 
Fannie C. 240 
Flora 145 
Flora Betsey 244 
Florence 243 
Frances Ellen 140 
Frank 242, 313 
Frankie A. (Plank) 241 
Fredorica C. 240 
Frederick Chaffee 244 
Frederick M. 150, 240 
Frederick W. 144 
Gamaliel 77, 148 
George Augustus 245, 

314 
George E. 240 
Gustio (Whitehead) 314 
Hampton 79 
Hannah E. (Chaffee) 78 
Hannah (Mallory) L45 
Earriet P. (Phelps) 246 
Harriet S. (Greutsin- 

ger) 246 



Everitt, Earriet! A. 246 

Harvey <J. 150, 2 15 

nolen Sophronia 149, 
242 

Helen Sophronia (Ev- 
eritt) 242 

Henry Clay 148 

Henry J. 144 

Henry Lexington 315 

Hermon 70, 144 

Ilermon C. 144 

Ilezekiah (Carter) 140 

Ilovoy 78, 151, 245 

lluldah 145 

Huldah Mabel 151 

Ichabod S. 147, 241 

Irving Gamaliel 244 

Isaiah 77, 147 

Isaiah Woodward 148 

Jacob Lowman 151 

Jane 145 

Jedidah 145 

Jedidah (Brownson) 70 

Jedidah Hannah 145 

Jerusha Skiff 14ii 

Jessie 240 

John 78, 150 

John Cyrus 181, 2^4 

John E*. 240 

John Elmore 240, 314 

John Ford 148 

John H. 241 

John Samuel 314 

Joshua 147, 242 

Julia A. 240 

Julia Anne 150 

Julia (Chaffee) 244 

Julia Louisa 149 

Laura 79, 145 

Laura Nancy 244 

Laurinda Ann 151, 247 

Laurinda Ettie 240 

Lavinia 77 

Leland 243 

Louisa Adeline 243 

Louisa (Lord) 241 

Lucretia 212 

Lucy (Mirick-Richard- 
son) 152 

Lydia 145 

Lydia Ann 2 1 1 

Lydia (Studley) 1 IT 

Mabel 150 

Mabel E. 2 If. 

Mabel (Elmore) 78 

Maria (Woodward) 240 

Mariali (Johnson) - 16 

Martha Lavinia 149 

Martin 77, L46 



Everitt, Martin Chester 

1 16 
Mary 78, 79, 246 
Mary A. (Thompson) 

146 
Mary Ann 150, 2 15 
Mary Anna (Studley) 

117 
Mary Caroline 240 
Mary Cornelia 2 15 
Mary (Cudmore) 2 15 
Mary Elizabeth 2 1 1 
Mary Elmore L50 
Mary Ely 1 19 
Mary P. (Dutcher) 244 
Mary Hannah 24 1 
Mary (Hatch) 2 1 1 
Mary J. 1S1 
Mary (Kellogg) ! IT 
Mary L. 242 
Mary Lucy 150 
Mary Whitney 2 1- 
Mary (Whitney) 248 
Melissa Eunice 249 
Minnie Esther (llawley) 

314 
Mirah A. (Johnson) .: I". 
Myra Melissa 244 
Xancy Minerva (Wood- 
ward) 14S 
Nathan Norton 1 18 
Nathaniel Shelton 7»'> 
Nelloy Minerva 95, ISO 
Newton Franklin 149, 

214 
Noble Josiah 95, 181 
Oliver •'.11 
Orpha Statira 181 
Pamela (How) 151 
Pamela Williams (Kir- 

by) 247 
Phebc A. 115 
Phebe (Bunker) 148 
Phebe (Strong) L45 
Philene (Marsh) i n 

Phil,. Marshall L81, 283 

Ransom 97, I 18 
Ransom Frederick 1 18, 

243 
Richard Floyd L48, 243 
Rosamond (Packard) 

1 17 
le. swell 77, 1 IT 

Roxalana it look) L81 
Roxy (Marshall) 181 
Ruby (Parsons) 1 19 
Ruby Ruth Allen l IT 
Russell TT. 1 18, 1 19 
Russell A. I IT, 212 



370 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Everitt, Russell Packard 

147 
Ruth 78 

Samuel E. 78, 151 
Samuel Elmore 150, 

244, 314 
Sarah 145 
Sarah A. (Hollister) 

242 
Sarah Amelia 149 
Sarah C. (Stone) 146 
Sarah (Coryell) 150 
Sarah Elizabeth 146 
Sarah Frances 151, 247 
Sarah (Joslin) 245 
Sheldon Brownson 144, 

240 
Solomon 53 
Susan Alida (Toll) 313 
Susan Ann (Gordon) 

149, 242 
Susan (Beman) 248 
Susan Caroline 242 
Susan Elizabeth 149 
Susan Louisa 248 
Sylve 77 
Sylvia L. 181 
Tamar Urania 76 
Thomas A. 147, 241 
Thomas Edward 314 
Thursa J. 77 
Urania^Taylor) 75 
Virginfa Darby 248 
Walter Burton 243 
Walter C. 245, 314 
Walter Guarnsey 146 
Walton 243 
Weltha A. 181 
William 76, 78, 149, 151, 

152, 242, 243 
William Elias 151, 247 
William Elmer 148 
William Henry 146 
William Stillman 152, 

248 

Fairbanks, Anna (Buck- 
man) 135 

Eliza 135 

Hannah (Everett-Jack- 
son) 69 

Israel 135 

Lois 100 

Lydia 82 

Samuel 69 
Fairchild, Ann 258 

Mary E. 258 

Stephen 258 
Fales, Aaron Clark 72 



Fales, Abigail (Everett) 
34,42,43 

Clementine C. 266 

Eliphalet 34, 42, 43, 68 

George 266 

Hepzibeth (Everett) 72 

Mary 266 

Mary (Everett) 51, 90 

Melatiah (Everett) 42 

Nathaniel 51, 90 

Rebecca (Everett) 90 
Farley, Mary Jane 188 
Farman, Mary 208 
Farnsworth, Rachel 20 
Farnum, Roger 86 

Susan (Everett) 86 
Farr, Emma F. 325 

Rebecca N. 325 

William W. 325 
Farrar, Eliphalet 139 
Farrington, Almira M. 
252, 253 

Catharine (Everett) 143 

Ithamar 143 

Jemima 50 

John 13, 15 

Rebecca 73 

Rebekah 142 

Samuel 142 
Faxon, Charlotte E. 329 

John 329 
Fay, Katherine Pickman 
218 

Katherine Saunders 
(Pickman) 218 

Richard Sullivan 218 
Feeasie [Feesie], Elisa- 
beth 28, 29 

John 29 
Felch, Betsey K. 162 

Sarah J. 162 
Felt, Martha 152 
Fennimore, D. W. 304 

Ella Cordelia (Everett) 
304 

Joshua William 304 

Margaret Mott (Glass) 
304 
Fenton, S. Euretta 306 

Theodore 306 
Fenwick, Charles Henry 
220 

Lilian (Everett) 220 
Ferguson, Matie Sophia 
(Everett) 296 

W. S. 296 
Fessenden, Anna 87 

Charles B. 301 

Charles Bucknam 301 



Fessenden, Dorcas 87 
Harold Pitt 301 
Harriet Louise (Ever- 
ett) 301 
Sally (Pierce) 87 
Samuel 87 
Susan Elizabeth 301 
Susan (Skinner) 301 
Field, Alice Cobb 319 
Jonathan Spencer 319 
Ruth 71 

Sarah (Cobb) 319 
Figget, Rebecca 49 
Fillebrown, Abigail 56 
Fish, Hamilton 133 
Mary 157 
Samuel 157 
Susannah 157 
Fisher, Abigail 60 
Abigail (Lewis) 141 
Achsah (Shattuck) 252 
Albert 252 
Amory 174 
Anthony 20 
Benjamin 35 
Bethia 38 
Clarence 160 
Cornelia Walley (Cur- 
tis) 190, 289 
Cornelius 15, 20 
Daniel 19, 141 
Eleazer 35, 60 
Elizabeth 190 
Elizabeth (Clapp) 72 
Elizabeth Dexter (Ev- 
erett) 174 
Elizabeth Russell 289 
Esther 35 
George A. 190 
George Jabez 289 
nannah 50 
Henrietta (Franklin) 

160 
Isaac 142 

Jane Elizabeth (Ever- 
ett) 252 
Joel 141 
Joseph 43 
Josh 15 
Josiah 38 
Leah (Heaton) 20 
Mary (Avery) 35 
Mary (Day) 161 
Mary (Everett) 43 
Mary (Metcalf) 43 
Mary (Penniman) 60 
Meletiah (Bullen) 38 
Minot 161 
Nathaniel 72 



Index. 



371 



Fisher, Sally (Everett) 
141 
Samuel 57, 107 
Sarah 18 

Sarah (Everett) 20, 35, 
72 

Sybel (Everett) 142 

Timothy 252 
Fisk, Hannah 80 
Fitch, Abigail (Wilmath) 
299 

Cadette (Everett) 299 

George C. 299 

George E. 299 

James 299 

Louie M. 299 

Luther 178 

Susan 178 
Fitts, Edward B. 228 

Minnie Maria 228 
Flanders, Walter P. 264 
Fletcher, Abigail 154 

Eli 311 

Mary E. F. 311 

Rebecca 311 
Fogg, Sophia 213 
Folger, Bitha (Parker) 
248 

Charles 248 

Henry Edward 248 

Susan Louisa (Everitt) 
248 
Follett, Rebeckah (Ever- 
ett) 49 

William 49 
Foot, Frances 180 
Foote, Roxana 222 
Force, Elizabeth 195 

George 195 

George Frank 195 

Sarah Ann (Everett) 195 
Ford, Charles 183 

Lois (Pierce) 183 

Maria (Everett) 112 

Philetus 112 

Rachel 183, 340 
Fosdick, George W. 330 

Martha A. 330 

Sarah 330 
Fosgate, Persis 249 
Foster, 84 

Alexander 57 

Betsey (Everett) 57 

Chloo (Everett) 84 

Eliphalet 84 

Ellen 334 

Esther (Pratt) 57 

Joseph H. 334 

Mary Angelino 334 



Foster, Roxanna (Ever 
ett) 84 

Timothy 97 

Wealthy 259 
Fox, Anno 304 
Franklin, Adelaide 100 

Annie (Goodwin) 160 

Benjamin 100 

Elton 160 

Henrietta 160 

Maria (Coburn) 160 

Maria S. (Everett) 100 

Sally 143 

W. B. 160 
Frazer, Allen T. 239 

Virginia Pautha (Ever- 
ett) 239 
Freeman (Dr.) 66 

Hannah (Everett) 49 

Lodama (Everett) 280 

Ralph 13 

Sarah 172 

William 49, 280 
French, Abigail (Carpen- 
ter) 171 

Adelaide (Franklin) 160 

Almira (Everett) 102 

Arthur 104 

Bethiah 171 

Charles H. 102 

Edward Arthur 104 

Esther Maria (Norris) 
187 

George 160 

Huldah 81 

James 81, 171 

John 104 

Lucretia Gore (Ever- 
ett) 104 

Mary (Goddard) 104 
Frisbie, 145 

David 45, 338, 339 

Irene 338 

Jane (Everitt) 145 

John Calvin 339 

Laura (Mills) 339 

Martin Luther 339 

Mary (Everett) 338 

Mary (Everit) 46 

Mercy (Walter) 339 

Mirauda 339 

Olive 338 

Polly 339 

Frothiugham, Nathaniel 

Langdon L22, 216 
Fruit, Addie (Everett) 259 

Harrington 259 
Fuller, Aaron 90 
Abigail 82 



Fuller, Abigail (Guild- 
Everett) 69 

Daniel 69 

David 35 

Eleanor 61 

Elizabeth (Everett) 35 

Esther (Fisher) :;.". 

Henry II. 122 

John 29 

Jonathan 37 

Mary 37, 290 

Sarah til, 166 

Samuel 29 

Seth 61 

Thomas 35 
Furson, Asher 242 

Lucretia (Everitt) 242 
Fyler, Abi 94 

Catherine (Drake) 94 

Silas 94 

Stephen 47 

Gallagher, Edith Warron 
(Everett) 27-") 
n. Clifford 275 
( Jandolfo, Abigail Hodges 
(Everett) 196 
James 196 
Josephine Magdalina 

196 
Mary Francisca 196 
Gardner, Ann (Vincent) 
119 
Hannah (Clapp) 04 
Henry 64, 65 
.Joanna Harriet ti". 
Johanna Bird (Everett) 

65 
Joseph 119 
Garfield, Eosea B. 272 
Rosetta M. (Everetl 
Scott) 272 
Garretson, Charles A 

202 

Helen Rutherford (E\ 
erett) 202 
Garver, Roy <'. 226 

Elma A. (Everett) 226 
Gates, Alfred H. •_'.*.:; 

Alfred Horatio 811 
Ann 317 

Annie E. ( Everetl i 253 
Emily (Everetl > v, '> 
Fidelia v. 253 
I [oral io •_'.">:; 
John si; 

Maude Lillian :;i7 
Gay, Gilberl H. •_■:.'.> 
Helen (Everett) 259 



372 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Gay, Helen Frances (Ev- 


Goodspeed, Mercy J. 179 


Greene, Carrie 336 


erett-Perkins) 209 


Goodwin, Annie 160 


Henry 336 


Jesse 106 


H. Emma 212 


John 231 


John T. 209 


Gordon, Alexander 149, 


Margaret 231 


Mary 51 


339 


Sarah Elizabeth 288 


Mille 106 


Jane (Kasson) 339 


Greenlee, L. T. 238 


Sarah 46, 106 


Lanor (Marvin) 339 


Pautha Jane (Marris) 


Seth 165 


Nancy (Burrit) 149 


238 


Zillah W. 165 


Robert 339 


Sophia Miriam (Ever- 


Zillah (Woodbury) 165 


Susan Ann 149, 242 


ett) 238 


Gaylord, Jotham 97 


William 66 


Gregory, Goodman 11 


Sally 149 


Gore, Elizabeth 105 


Henry 12 


George, Judith 60 


Hannah (Richards) 103, 


John Milton 242 


Thomas 80 


105 


Mary L. (Everitt) 242 


Gedney (Col.) 22 


Jeremiah 103, 105 


Greutsinger, Harriet S. 


Gerould, Gamaliel 42 


Lucretia 103 


246 


Mary (Allen-Everett) 


Gorham, Ann 121 


William 246 


42 


Nathaniel 121 


Griffin, Emma (Everett) 


Getchel, Eunice 207 


Goss, Catherine Clark 


280 


Gibbs, Harriet H. 282 


(Everett) 174 


Henry 280 


Gilbert, Betsey 206 


Jasper 174 


Grimes, Rebecca W. 315 


Ebenezer 206 


Gould (Capt.) 89 


Thaddeus 315 


Mary 206 


Nancy J. 337 


Griswold, Caroline P. 


Susan Lavinia 323 


Netta Oranda 337 


(Everitt) 147 


Giles, Allen 335 


William Horace 337 


Pedro 147 


Anna 335 


Gove, Aurelius 163 


Guild, Abigail 69 


Charlotte H. 261 


Hannah S. (Everett) 163 


Abigail (Everett) 60 


Mary J. 335 


Gowen, Elizabeth 140 


Abigail (Graves) 63 


Gilkey, Frances E. 198 


John 140 


Benjamin 63 


Walter K. 198 


Lydia 140 


Eunice 63, 64 


Gill (Col.) 59 


Grace, Gertrude 197 


John 69 


Elizabeth 83 


Peter 197 


Moses 60 


Gillen, Margaret 268 


Grant, Moses 340 


Rhoda (Mann) 60 


Gillett, Charles 77 


Priscilla 57 


Thankful (Harrington) 


Deborah (Everitt) 77 


Rachel (Mitchell- 


69 


Gilman, Samuel 122 


Churchill) 340 


Gunn, John 332 


Gilmore, Adeline J. 317 


Graves, Abigail 63 


Lucinda 332 


Maria W. 316, 317 


Austin 281 




Silas 317 


Cynthia Lavinia 281 


Hackett, Bessie Boll 335 


Glass, Margaret Mott 304 


Enoch 94 


Mary W. (Hoaloy) 335 


Glover, Mary V. 275 


Mindwell (Everett- 


William H. 335 


Warren 275 


Clark) 94 


Hackley, Ann 32 


Goddard, Mary 104 


Gray, Cyrus Winthrop 150 


Hadley, Almira Jay (Ev- 


Godfrey, Lydia 106 


Dorothy Hyde (Ever- 


erett-Peverly) 157 


Goff, Sarah Holmes 270, 


itt) 150 


William Hobart 157 


340 


John C. 220 


Hale, Alexander 133, 223 


Stephen 340 


Lucretia Collins (Wad- 


Arthur 223 


Goldthwait, Elizabeth J. 


ham) 150 


Camilla (Conner) 223 


(Mills) 237 


Samuel 276 


Charles 133 


Milo S. 237 


Sarah 276 


Charles Alexander 223 


Goodale, Betsey 279 


Sarah F. 276 


Edward Everett 132, 


Hannah 279 


Silas Ashley 150 


133, 222, 223 


Jason 279 


Green, Elisha 71 


Ellen Day 223 


Goodenough, Alida 


Lydia 229 


Emily Baldwin (Per- 


(Cooper) 242 


Mason A. 11 


kins) 222 


Emily 242 


Peleg 52 


Enoch 92, 131 


Giles Chipman 242 


Ruth (Everett) 71 


Henry Kidder 224 


Goodnow, Holland 315 


Sarah (Avered) 52 


Herbert Dudley 224 


Nancy Alcesta 315 


Greene, Benjamin H. 288 


Jane 133 



Index. 



373 



Hale, Lilian C. (Wescott) 
340 

Lucretia Peabody 132 

Margaret Curzon 224 

Maurice Perkins 223 

Nathan 131, 132, 223 

Octavia (Throop) 131 

Philip Lesley 223, 340 

Robert Beverley 224 

Rose Postlethwaite 
(Perkins) 223 

Russell Marquand 224 

Sarah Everett 132 

Sarah Preston (Everett) 
131 

Susan 133 

Sybil Dyer 223 
Haley, Mary 288 
Hall, Almon Everett 256 

Amos 54 

Caroline E. (Bean) 256 

Damon Everett 256 

Eliza M. (Everett) 273 

Elizabeth 64 

Elizabeth Mabel 256 

Eunice 54 

Francis P. 273 

Lotan 256 

Lydia W. (Shurtlcff) 95 

Mary Adelia 256 

Obed 256 

Ruth (Royce) 54 

Street 99 

Susan (Everett) 256 
Hallam, Lucretia 108 
Hambleton, Elizabeth 37 
Hamilton, 112 

Clara Eliza 319 
Hanaford, Martha 169 
Harding, Dolia 305 

Harry 305 
Hardy, Effie R. 262 

Elizabeth (Ordway) 262 

Robert 262 
Harknoss, Abigail 229 

Allen E. 229 

Daniel 229 

Deborah (Everett) 229 

Harriet 229 

J. Warren 229 

Lillie H. (Merrill) 229 

Milton N. 22! i 

Miranda 229 

Nohomiah 229 

Phebe S. 229 
Harlow, Branch 179 

Chester I. 17'.) 

Harriot Parker (Ever- 
ett) 179 



Harlow, Lurana 179 
Harper, J. A. .Ill 

Maud (Everett) 311 
Harrington, Almira Re- 
becca (Everitt) 24!) 

Lansford 249 

Thankful 69 
Harris, Charlotte Man- 
ning (Elsbrec) 247 

Eliza 155 

Elizabeth V. 314 

Jane 268 

Nancy Jane (Everett) 
175 

Philip W. 175 

Robert C. 247 
Hartwell, Eunice 101 
Harvey, Calista (Everett) 
158 

D. H. 158 

Levi 26:5 

Mary Ann 263 

Mary E. 162 

Polly 263 
Haskell, Betsey 308 

Judith 102 
Ilaskins, Rboda 163 
Haslem, Margaret 304 
Hastings, Catherine W. 
(Swift) 181 

George Henry 1S1 
Hatch, Anna 147 

Harry 79 

Laura (Everitt) 79 

Mary 24 1 

Melinda A. 334 
Haven, George E. 185 

Jemima 92 

Mary M. (Everett) 185 

Nathaniel Appleton 66 
Hawes, Abigail (Everett) 
40 

Amos 50, 168 

Benjamin 58 

Eloazer 40 

Elias 57 

Elijah 40 

Elizabeth 212 

George 57, 58 

Hannah (Fisher) 50 

John 37 

Joseph 50 

Mary 37 

Maria 57 

Mary (Belcher) 10 

Melatiah (Everett) 50 

Nancy (Everetl i 57, 58 

Olive 58 

Sarah (I)erring) 37 



Hawks, Susan 261 
Eawley, Almira (Ball) :i I 

Charlotte 338 

Earl P. 338 

Kims 36, 76 

Henry 36 

Irene (Frisbie) 338 

Levi 31 I 

Lucia 33s 

Mary i Everett) 36 

Minnie Esther 31 I 
Haws, Eunice 88 
Hawthorne, William 25 
Hay, Mabel 287 

Dully 287 

Robert 287 
Ilayden, Alvin 340 

Clarissa (Mitchell) 340 

Daniel 108 

Sarah Holden (Everel 1 1 
254 

W. K. 254 
Hayes, Addison A. 137 

Evangela (Everett) 137 
Haynes, Henry 255 

Seraphina 255 
Hazard, Henry Starr 253 

Mary Ann 253 
Heald, Betsey 88 
Healey, Mary W. 335 
Heath, William 62, 71. 93 
Heaton, Leah 21) 
Henderson, Katherine II. 

302 
Herrick, John 92 

Maria (Everett) 92 

Sally ( Everetl | 

Zenas 85 

I [erring, Alice May i Ev- 

erett) 23s 
E. E. 238 
Hersey, Na1 nan 88 
Susan Augusta i K\ er 
ott) 88 
Hoslop, Judeth ( Everett) 
31 
Thomas :;i 

I I ewes, Mindwell 172 
Nathaniel 172 
Sarah i Freeman) 172 

Hewins, Abigail | ! \ orett- 
Hawes) 10 
Jacob 10 
Hews, Sarah 57 
lle\ wood, John I.. 
Lucy Adelia (Everett) 
251 > 
Hicks, Elizabeth W (E\ 
oretl i 186 



374 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Hicks, Ellen Adelaide 
(Everett) 161 

George H. 186 

William H. 161 
Hidden, Elizabeth 161 
Higgins, Esther 236 

Henry K. 236 

Jason L. 236 

Lucinda Elizabeth (Ev- 
erett) 249 

Mary Olivia (Beers) 236 

Whitman Fiske 249 
Hill, Abigail 173, 174 

Alexander 130 

Alexander Sears 65 

Caroline Augusta 294 

Hannah A. (Everett) 
252 

John 96 

Lucy 65 

Mary (Ritchie) 65 

Maryetta 252 

Nabby 173 

Nathaniel 173, 174 

Ruth 313 

Sally 294 

Sarah 173 

Sarah E. 294 

Walter 294 

William 252 

William A. 252 
Hills, Abigail (Soper) 
96 

Seth 96 

Statira 96 
Hilton, Joel 340 

Lucy (Mitchell) 340 
Hine (Capt.) 76 
Hinman, Andrew 52 

(Capt.) 76 

(Col.) 78 

Esther 95 

Hannah 52 

Mary (Noble) 52 

Hinsdale, (Everit) 

144 

Elizur 144 
Hitchcock, 



- 84, 145 

Benjamin 36 

Elizabeth (Everett) 36, 
84 

Phcebe A. (Everitt) 145 
Hoar, Rebecca 87 
Hobart, Deborah 115 

Giles 329 

James T. 115 

Martha 329 

Mary 329 

Noah 115 



Hobart, Sarah Mann (Ev- 
erett) 115 
Hobbis, Carrie P. (Ever- 
ett) 257 

John 257 
Hobin, Bridget 308 

Catherine 308 

Martin 308 
Hobson, Ashbel 97 

Clarence 322 

Desire 97 

Eben 322 

Fannie L. 322 
Hodges, Abigail 107 

Abigail (Fillebrown) 56 

Elijah 107 

Eliphalet 56 

Isabel 56 

Nathan 107 
Hodgkins, Elizabeth 68 
Hoffman, Ann Abigail 
(Sherwood) 201 

John Brady 201 

Juliette Porter 201 
Holbrook, Abigail 57, 63 

Chloe 63 

Clarissa 269 
Holcombe, George W. 149 

Jerusha Skiff (Everitt) 
149 

Perly 149 

Sally (Gaylord) 149 
Holden, Samuel 74 

Sarah Low 254 

Thomas 254 
Holdnye, Elisha 229 

Pamelia 229 
Holland, Thomas 26 
Hollister, Sarah A. 242 
Holman, Jonathan 72 
Holmes, Abiel 129 

Calvin 294 

Desire (Everett) 44 

Edwin H. 294 

John 44 

Julia 294 

Lucy 256 

Miranda (Frisbie) 339 

Sarah Florence (Ever- 
ett) 294 

Willard 339 
Honser, Sarah 281 
Hood, Helen (Stewart) 161 

Jennie 161 

John 161 
Hook, Francis 22 
Hooker, Laura 138 
Hooper, Charles Apple- 
ton 278 



Hooper, Edward W. 220 

Idolene Snow 278 

Lavina (Everett) 69, 70 

Vina Dorcas Leland 69 

William 70 
Hoover, Celma Alvira 
(Everett) 281 

Harrison 281 
Hope, George T. 264 

Julia F. (Everett) 264 
Hopkins, Amos L. 217 

Archibald 217 

Charles 109 

Charlotte E. (Wise) 217 

Charlotte Wise 217 

Elisha 170 

Hannah 170 

Mark 217 

Mary 217 

Mary Frances (Everett) 
109 

Mary (Hubbell) 217 
Horner, Jason 323 

Lucinda E. 323 

Prudence (Andross) 323 
Hosmer, Hannah (Aver- 
ed) 53 

Thomas 53 
Hotchkiss, Betsey (Ever- 
itt) 145 

CharleB D. 145 

Elizabeth (Avered) 39 

Hannah (Crittenden) 39 

Isaac 39 

Joseph 39 
Hough, Elizabeth Shat- 
tuck (Avered) 98 

Lent 98 

Rebecca (Tuttle) 98 

Serrajah 98 
Houghton, Jason W. 224 

Lydia A. 224 
How, Charles E. 312 

Hannah (Price) 312 

Nannie E. 312 

Pamela 151 
Howard, Blanche (Ever- 
ett) 311 

E. J. 311 

Joel 161 

Maria (Day) 161 
Howe, Charles 252 

Eunice (Robbins) 249 

Pamela How (Everett) 
249 

Susan (Everett) 252 

William 249 
Howell, Elizabeth Isabel 
813 



Index. 



:;;/. 



Howes, Edward II. 250 

Emma Eliza (Everett) 
250 
Howland, John 121, 170 

Mary C. 170 

Penelope 170 
Hoyle, Clara B. 293 

Mark C. 293 

Sarah E. 293 
Hoyt, 202 

Adelia V. 236 

Susan Amanda (Ever- 
ett) 178 

William M. 178 
Hubbell, Mary 217 
Hughes, Elizabeth Elea- 
nor (Parrott) 334 

George 334 

Georgiana 334 
Humphrey, Ariel 178 

Diana (Avered) 53 

Hilpah (Everett) 178 

John Micah 309 

Sarah Eliza (Everett) 
309 

Theophilus 53 

Vivien 309, 341 
Hungerford [Zech.] 47 
Hunking, Benjamin 157 

Drusilla ShurtlefE (Ev- 
erett) 157 
Hunt, Charles H. 114 

Dorothy 73 

Eliza Townley (Ever- 
ett) 114 

Maria B. 275 

Samuel 275 
Hunting, Israel 86 

Lucinda (Everett) 86 
Huntington, Frederick 
Dan 222 

William K. 220 
Hurd, Elizabeth 103 

John 103 

Mary (Russell) 103 
Hutehins.Cynthia (Mitch- 
ell) 340 

Eliza (Mitchell) 340 

Richard 340 

Sarah 234 

Ward 340 
Hutton, Jennie R. (Ever- 
ett) 266 

Sylvester 266 
Hyde, Adeline (Everett) 
141 

Azariah 136 

Betsey (Perloy) 141 

Dorothy 150 



Hyde, Ezra 141 

Harriet Cordelia 202 
Lucy Maria (Everett) 
136 

Ingalls, John <t. 175 

Lucretia Undorhill (Ev- 
erett) 175 
Ingell, Freelove 153 

Jonathan 153 

Rebecca 153 
Ingraham, Catharine 164 

Daniel Greenleaf 218 
Irvin, Eliza M. (Everett) 
260 

Richard A. 260 
Ives, Eunice M. 296 

Jacobs, Henry J. 229 

Phebe S. (narknoss) 229 
Jackson, Ebenezer 69 

Elisha 79 

Hannah (Everett) 69 
Jalpsy, Oliver 208 

Rosina Margaret (Steb- 
bins) 208 
James, Elisha 171 

Mary Amelia (Everett) 
171 
Jaques, Abbie Lita 302 

Abbie Louise Wight 
(Everett) 301 

Charles Everett 302 

Frank Forester 301 

Lewis Talmage 302 

Marguerite 302 

Sarah 302 

Willard Wight 302 
Jenkins, Archibald 151 

Bethiah 151 

Esther Mary (Everitt) 
151 

Henry B. 151 
Jenny, Susan 179 
Jewit, Caleb 46 
Jillison, Mary 101 
Johnson, Abigail 22S 

Bessie Margaret 298 

Catherino (Everett) 173 

Elizabeth 21, 30 

Ephraim 173 

Eunico (Sanborn) 284 

Grace (Everett) 298 

Greene 264 

Hannah 280 

John 280 

Julia (Leonard) 207 

I.etho308 

Louisa (Mason) 298 



Johnson, Marcus Rodney 

2'. IS 

Mariah 246 

Mirali A. 245 

Mary A. (Everett-McEl- 

roy) 308 
Mehitable E. 284 

Moses 284 

Nathanael ;;i 

Oliver Everett 29J 

Perley 245, 246 

Samuel 228 

Sarah E. 264 

Thomas A. 298 

William Nathan 298 

William Nelson 298 

William S. 207 

William Worthington 
308 

William Young 298 

Winslow 308 
Johnston, Ann 30 I 
Jones, Abigail (Morse- 
Everett) 31, 32 

Alice Augusta 20.") 

Flora Agnes (Everett) 
178 

Hannah Brooks 140 

Hannah (Eaton) 32 

Harriet Emily 270 

James A. 205 

Jamesetta 205 

Sally 182 

Samuel 178 

William 32, .'!;» 

William C. 205 
Jordan, Alice 245 

Harriet K. 318 

Susan Lut liana 318 

William 318 
Joslin, Peter 245 

Sarah 245 
Joy, Abigail (Everett) 68 

Frank 298 

Lena (Everett) 298 

Zenas 68 
Judil, Catharine Eliza 
(Everitt) I 16 

Edson A. 146 
Judson, Aelisah Jane 1 19 
Jules, I laroline B. i Ever- 
ett) 27S 

Ira 278 

Kasson, Jane 889 
Keagle, Lgnes 331 

Jacob s. :'.:'.! 
Keating, Belen T 211 
Keith, Alpheua 



376 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Keith, Nellie C. 333 


Kimball, Nathaniel 59 


Lane, Ebenezer 122 


Kelley, Alice Brown (Ev- 


Susanna (Everett) 59 


Eliab 233 


erett) 250 


Kinch, Lncy 173 


Eliza A. 233 


Robert 250 


King, Emma Mabel 197 


Ellen Frances 264 


Kellogg, Damaris (Swift) 


Joseph O. 197 


George E. 167 


147 


Sarah L. (Dwight) 197 


Hannah 264 


Mary 147 


Kingsbury, Abigail (Fish- 


James Augustus 146 


William 147 


er) 60 


Mary A. (Everett) 167 


Kempton, Betsey G. (Dill- 


Betsey (Everett) 70 


Sarah Elizabeth (Ever- 


ard) 179 


George 70 


itt) 146 


Kendrick, Carrie A. 315 


Jeremiah 60 


Langmaid, Samuel W. 220 


(Major) 171 


Joanna 35 


Lapham, Amanda (Ever- 


Philander 315 


Joseph 70 


ett) 155 


Sarah Porter 171 


Sarah (Everett) 70 


Aretas 155 


Kenerson, James M. 164 


Kingsley, Caroline Stew- 


Eliza (Harris) 155 


Rhoda Harriet (Ever- 


art (Balcom) 155 


Emily 155 


ett) 164 


Joseph 155 


Holen 155 


Ketclmm, Alexander P. 


Kingsman, Olive 293 


Norman 155 


198 


Kinser, E. J. 310 


Larcom, Fanny 119 


Clara McF. (Dwight) 


M. J. 310 


Earned, Lucy (Holmes) 


198 


Mary Isis 310 


256 


Edgar 198 


Kirby, Edmund 248 


Stephen Holmes 256 


Elizabeth (Phoonix) 198 


Eliza (Brown) 248 


Susan Maria (Everett) 


Everett Phoenix 198 


Hannah McClure (Wol- 


256 


Florence 198 


cott) 197 


Thomas Morris 256 


Genevieve 198 


Helen McClure 197 


Latham, Amanda (Ever- 


Lilian Dwight 198 


Pamela Williams 247 


ett) 112 


Keyes, Amory 63 


William 197 


George 112 


Cynthia 63 


Kirkland [John T.] 122 


Lathrop, Materna 180 


Cyprian 63 


Knapp, Christian 151 


Law, Bessie 204 


David 63 


Knerr, Elizabeth E. 285 


David 204 


Eben W. 300 


Stephen 285 


Lawrence, Bothia (Fisher- 


Ellen Leighton (Ever- 


Knibloe, Eliza 150 


Everett) 38 


ett) 300 


Knowlos, John P. 170 


Caroline C. (Everett) 


Horace 63 


Lucy (Everett) 142 


202 


Jotham 63 


Mary Rowland (Ever- 


Daniel 38 


Lucinda 24'J 


ett) 170 


Elizabeth 274 


Mary 63 


William 142 


Nathan 274 


Mary (Everett) 63 


Knox [Henry] 48 


Rebecca C. 274 


Phinehas 63 


Henrietta M. 309 


Smith 202 


Sallv 101 


Kyle, Maggie A. 184 


Leach, Benjamin 162 


Sarah 101 


Nancy 184 


Mary (Baker) 162 


Stephen 101 


Thomas 184 


Leatherboe, Emma D. 187 


Tyler 63 




James W. 187 


Keyser, Harriot Cowles 


Laben, Dolly 74 


Lechford, Thomas 9 


(Swift) 180 


Lamson, Cyrene Dam 


Lee, Amanda 312 


William Jndah 180 


(Eaton) "264 


John 312 


Kimball, Almira 102 


Gertrude Eaton 264 


Nancy 312 


Alonzo S. 256 


Rufus William 264 


Leeds, Elizabeth 59 


Daniel 59 


Sarah F. 227 


Legallee; Sally (Bakei- 


Eleanor M.( Everett) 256 


Lancaster, James 305 


Evorett) 75 


Elizabeth 165 


Janett G. 305 


Thomas 75 


Elizabeth (Teuney) 59 


Langford, Hattio Hannah 


Leggett, Adelaide Lis- 


Horace 133 


317 


penard 198 


Hannah C. 133 


Jane 317 


Anna Frances (Dwight) 


John 133 


Thomas 317 


198 


Marianna Hnse (Ever- 


Lane, Anne (Wellington) 


Frances Wade 198 


ett) 133 


233 


John H. 198 


Mary Ann 133 


David 264 


John Dwight 198 



Index. 



377 



Leggett, Marion Dwight 
198 

Mary Noel (Bloeckcr) 
198 

Nool Bleecker 198 

Schuyler Maurice 198 

Theodora Augusta 198 

Theodore A. 198 
Leigh, Ellen (Tinslev) 274 

Mary E. 274 

Thomas 274 
Leishman, Elizabeth 287 

Mary Jane 287 

Peter 287 
Leland, Abigail Sanger 
(Everett) 194 

Abijah 194 

Ann 194 

Louis A. 194 
Lemmo, James 309 

Josephine 309 
Leonard, Abiel 199 

Achsa 207 

Andrew Simeon 207 

Anna (Mullooly) 207 

Arthur C. 207 

Charles Collins 207 

Cynthia 207 

Elva E. (Cogswell) 207 

Espery (Collins) 207 

Esther (Munson) 207 

Eunice (Getchel) 207 

Hannah 58 

Henry Harrison 207 

Jane E. 207 

Julia 207 

Maria 207 

Mary 199 

Mary Harmony 207 

Mary Smith Clapp (Ev- 
erett) 207 

Simeon 207 

William 207 

William F. 207 
Leslie, Sadie 261 
Lessering, Abram 208 

Phcebe E. (Stebbins) 
208 
Leverett, John 109 

Lucretia (Hallam) 108 

Mary 108 

William 108 
Lewis, Abigail 141 

Abigail (Clap-Everett) 
44 

Arthur G. 315 

B. Cheever 202 

Barachiah 35 

Bethiah 41 



Lewis, Bethiah (Colburn) 
41 
Capitola Jemima (Ever 
ett-Webber-Breod en) 
239 
Catherine E. 119 
Ebenezer 39 
Electa Louisa 257 
Grace R. (Everett) 315 
Harvey 339 
John 44, 239 
Jonathan 44 
Kenyon 158, 257 
Leroy L. 158 
Mary Darch 22:! 
Polly (Frisbie) 339 
Sarah (Avered) 39 
Sarah Sophia (Everett) 

202 
Susan (Everett) 158 
Susanna (Everett-Ock- 

ington) 35 
William 41 
Lincoln, Abraham 127, 

128, 133, 200 
Lissett, Delia Emma 

(Sweet) 317 
Little, Rebecca 89 

Sara 318 
Littlefield, David 70 

Lucy (Everett) 69, 70 
Lobdell, Carrie M. (Ever- 
ett) 230 
Jacob M. 230 
Josiah R. 230 
Nettie C. (Everett) 230 
Lodge, Henry Cabot 221 
Long, Isaac C. 202 
W. Amiada (Everett) 
202 

Lord, (St. John) 77 

Abigail 9 1 

Abigail (Kverett) 95, 

283 
Deborah 77 
Esther (Chapman) 16, 

77 
Eunice Amelia (Ever- 
ett) 95 
Gardner 95 
George 95, 283 
George H. 283 
John 46, 77 
Joseph 16, 77 
Lavinia (Everitt) 77 
Louisa 241 

Lydia (Doolittle) 103 
Olive (Everit) 16 
Lorimer, I reorge L89 



Lorimer, Jane (Everett) 
L89 

Loundsbury, Benjamin 
245 

Emily 245 

Fannie 245 

Mary Ann (Everitt) 245 

Matt if 245 

Sarah 245 
Lovoll, Clarissa (Chaffee) 
149 

Dorcas 212 

John Barlow 149 

John Chaffee 149 

Susan Elizabeth (Ever- 
itt) 1 19 
Low, Jonathan 102 

Judith (Haskell) 102 

Mary 102 
Lowe, Joanna (Everett) 
143 

Samuel 14:] 
Lowey, Eliza Jane (Ev- 
erett) 271 

John 271 
Lowman, Cynthia 151 

Jacob 151 
Lyman, Mindwell 93 

'Theodore 218 
Lyon, Abigail 28 

Anne (Everett) 49 

Henry 49 

Lydia 27 1 

Roswell 274 
Lyons, Eva J. 303 

Newman 303 

Mackerwithy, Daniel! 17 

James 15, 17, 20 

James Daniel! 17 

Mary 17, 18 

Mary (Everett) 17. 20 
Mackrorey [set 1 Macker- 
withy] James 15 
Maeomber, Cynthia 71 

Hannah 138 
Magoun, Edward P. 26S 

Judith 263 
Mahoney. Daniel 266 

Daniel Amos 266 

1 rge K\ eretl 266 

Julia (O'Neil) 266 

Mary Lane I Everett) 266 

Patrick 266 

Ruth Ellen 265 
Mallory. Aaron 1 t"> 

Hannah 1 16 
Mann. Kdwin A. 279 

Emily 296 



878 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Mann, George 50 


Martin, Mary J. (Everitt) 


McCown, Elizabeth E. 


George N. 169 


181 


237 


Hannah (Hopkins) 170 


Tryphena Shepard (Ev- 


McDougald, Duncan S. 


James 279 


erett) 88 


318 


Jemima 49, 50 


Marvin, Betsey 339 


Harriet A. 318 


Jemima (Farrington) 


David 46, 339 


Lauretta Wright 318 


50 


John 339 


McElroy, Arthur 308 


Laura 279 


Joseph 339 


James 308 


Mary F. (Everett) 279 


Katharine 339 


Margaret 308 


Pelatiah 49 


Katharine (St. John) 


Mary A. (Everett) 308 


Rhoda 60 


339 


McHard, Sarah E. 258 


Sarah 115 


Lanor 339 


William 258 


Sarah B. (Metcalf) 295 


Lucretia 339 


Mcintosh, William 60, 


Susan L. (Thayer) 169 


Lucy C. 339 


142 


Susannah (Everett) 50 


Sylvia (Everit) 46, 339 


McKendry, Archibald 105 


William 295 


Mason, Bradford S. 207 


Sarah 105 


Manning, Joseph 47 


Emeline 102 


Sarah (Crane) 105 


Lydia (Everit) 47 


Irena 102 


McKenzie, Alexander 220 


Mansfield, Francos (Ran- 


John 10 


Annie 306 


ney) 226 


Louisa 298 


John 306 


Willis 226 


Maria (Leonard) 207 


McRady, Lettie 208 


Marble, W. P. 268 


Nancy 153 


Melville, Maud 201 


Marden, George 277 


Sarah 39 


Merriam, 62 


Mary Ellen 277 


Masters, Clara Lovell 


Lydia 87 


R. S. 277 


(Everett) 212 


Merrill, Lillie H. 229 


Marquand, John Phillips 


Hibbert B. 212 


Mary A. 210 


224 


Horatio N. 212 


Messenger, Ebenezor 50 


Margaret Curzon 224 


Mary Ann 212 


Jemima (Everett) 50 


Margaret Serle (Cur- 


Mather, Ellen Elizabeth 


Rebecca (Sweetzer) 50 


zon) 224 


(Everett) 176 


Wigglesworth 50 


Marris, Pautha Jane 238 


Henry B. 176 


Messinger, Mary 86 


Sylas 238 


Matthews, Amanda (Tow- 


Metcalf, Abijah 56 


Marsh, Caroline Matilda 


er) 204 


Hannah 40 


144 


Newell 204 


Judith (George) 60 


Dexter 158 


Mattoon, Hannah 99 


Mary 43 


Elijah 339 


Maxcy, Sally 254 


Mary (Gay) 51 


Ellen Mary 158 


Maxey, Abigail 37 


Melatiah 60 


Emma 158 


Alexander 37 


Nathaniel 51 


Eunice Moselle (Ever- 


Elizabeth Tryphena 


Sarah B. 295 


ett) 158 


(Everett) 153 


Sally (Everett) 56 


George Everett 158 


Joseph 37 


Samuel 60 


Lucretia (Marvin) 339 


Mary (Everett) 37 


Sarah 51 


Philene 144 


Virgil 153 


Thomas 14, 18, 19 


Marshall, 230 


May, 104, 250 


Metcalfe, John 31 


A. Judson 260 


Martha M. 292 


Nathanael 31 


Ann Eliza (Everett- 


Matilda 292 


Michallis, Anna 307 


Taylor) 230 


Robert S. 292 


Charles 307 


George 216 


Maynard, Annie Eliza- 


Rosa M. 307 


George Everett 216 


beth (Everett-Cobb) 


Miles, Sarah G. 290 


Helen Gardner (Ever- 


308 


Miller, Abi (Everett) 94 


ett) 216 


John E. 308 


Alice (Duer) 217 


John 96, 181 


Mary S. 175 


Arvin 94 


Mary (Everett) 260 


Mayo, Lemuel 142 


B. Maria (Moore) 325 


Roxy 181 


McAllister, Marion 217 


Charles Lorenzo 287 


Statira (Hills) 96 


McClellan.Geo. B. 127, 128 


Charlotte Wise 217 


Martin, Christopher 258 


[Samuel] 47 


Dorothea 217 


Ephraim 88 


McClintock, Luke 135 


Duer 217 


John R. 181 


Mary Ann (Everett- 


Edgar M. 325 


Laura P. 258 


Carl ton) 135 


Elijah T. 325 



Index. 






Miller, Esther Jane (Ev- 
erett) 325 

Guilford D. 158 

Harry 136 

Henrietta F. 136 

Henry Wise 217 

Isabella Bagley (Ever- 
ett) 287 

J. W. 217 

Jacob William 217 

Joseph C. 287, 318 

Katherine (Wise) 217 

May Isabella 318 

Sophia (Carr) 158 

Sophia (Everett) 158 

Stephen 71 

Vesta G. 287, 318 

William 158 
Milliken, Rebecca 113 
Mills [Benjamin] 78 

Caroline Kane 220 

Eliza Araminta (Ever- 
ett) 237 

Elizabeth J. 237 

Eva B. (Ward) 237 

Frederic 237 

Frederic Francis 237 

George 237 

George W. 237 

Kate Eliza 237 

Laura 339 

Lawrence 339 

Lawrence H. 220 
Minns, Constance F. 341 

Eliza A. (Alden) 341 

William 341 
Minor, Eunice 55 
Mirick, Josiah 140 

Lucy 152 

Moses H. 250 

Ruth (Upham) 140 

Sarah Merriam 250 

Susan 139 
Mitchell, Betsey 340 

Betsey (Everett) 142, 339 

Clarissa 340 

Cynthia 340 

Eliza 340 

James 340 

James T. 218 

Jennie 329 

John E. 340 

Lucy 340 

Lydia 340 

Marquis D. L. 340 

Rachel 340 

William 142, 339, 340 
Moflitt, Hannah Wether- 
ell 169 



Moflitt, Rufus 169 

Susan A. 169 
Momyer, Ella M. 309 
Monies, Sarah Jane 192 
Monk, Susan 208 
Montgomery, Mary J. 225 

Richard 78 
Moody, Edward S. 294 

Myla L. 294 

Sarah B. (Phillips) 294 
Moore, B. Maria 325 

Catherine E. (Lewis) 
L19 

Eunice (Bruce) 202 

Minnie 257 

Sarah Ann (Balcom) 
155 

Sophia 202 

Thomas 257 

William 155, 202 
More, Experience (Ever- 
ett) 94 
Morey, John 154 

Mary 154 

William 154 
Morse, Abigail 31, 73 

Annis (Checkering) 31 

Bethia (Lewis) 41 

Betsey (Everett) 101 

Eliakim 73 

Ezra 42 

John 31 

Lucy 73 

Nelson 101 

Oliver 106 

Sarah 106 

Sarah R. 194 
Moseley, Increase 76 
Mosher, Annie B. 327 

Uriah 327 
Motley, T. & E. L89 
Mott, Abby M. (Everett) 
279 

.James 279 

Valentine 214 
Mould, Brooks K. 17C. 

.lane Preston (Everett) 
176 
Moulthrop, Laura 1 15 

Lydia (Everitt) 1 16 
Moulton, Lucy I". 
Mullooly, Anna 2i>7 
Munson, Es1 her 207 

MuiTY, Mary < lomfori 276 

Samuel 276 

Myrick, Susannah 91 

Neale, Elizabeth 161 

John u;i 



Noalo, Mary A. 16] 
Negus, Alanson 2 11 

Mary Elizabeth (Ever 
ett) 'in 
Wlson, Catherine 315 

Edward W. 315 

Hannah Backus 17'.' 

Samuel 17'.' 

Sarah (Ward) l Tit 

Thomas '.t 
Neville, John A. 201 

Helen Louise 201 
\ew comb, Benjamin 3 I 

Deborah 

Ebenezer - 

Elizabeth (Everetl 

Isaac 28 

Jonathan 31 

John 28 

Mary (Everett 

Mercy (Everett) ■'• I 

Peter 35 

Rachel '■','> 

Susanna (Cutting) '■'.'< 
Newell, Mary 45 
Newman. Abby Parker 
(Everett) 136 

James M. 136 
Newton, Caroline G. 224 

Gilbert Stuart 131 

PhcBbe I). 221 

William 2-J4 
Nichols. Abbie L. (Ever- 
ett) 17'.' 

Eleazer 71 

Fayette 256 

George 27o 

George W. 

Hannah ( Everett-Whit 
comb) 71 

Jerusha A lien j7o 

Mary U7<1 

Mary &.delia (Hall)256 

Mary Ann 17:» 

Mary Elizabeth (Ever- 

282 
Mo 

Stephen 17;» 
Nicholson, Abigail 60 
Henrietta (Wise) -M7 

John 60 

Mary 60 
Roger 217 

William K -J17 

Noble, Esabel 27:: 

Mary 52 
Noetling, PorillaJ. a 

William 
Noonberg, Lbrahan 



380 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Noonberg, Julia (De- 


Oliver, William J. 237 


Parker, Mary 210 


Lacy) 296 


O'Neil, Julia 265 


Mary N. (Wentworth) 


Julia May 296 


Onthank, Susan S. 286 


277 


Norcross, Jemima (Ab- 


Ordway, Caroline F. 300 


Myra Florence 277 


bott) 51 


Elizabeth 262 


Samuel 290 


John 51 


Orear, B. F. 311 


Samuel S. 277 


Lucretia C. 300, 301 


Margaret Marian 311 


Sarah Jane (Smith) 290 


Margaret (Everett) 51 


Orne, Esther (Everett) 


Stephen 83 


Nathaniel 51 


48 


Parks, Charlotte (Ever- 


Nicholas G. 301 


James 48 


ett) 228 


Sophronia 301 


Osborn, Lucy R. 190 


George 228 


Norris, Esther Maria 187 


Osgood, Houghton 80 


Parmely, Asaph 45 


North, Abigail 96 


Matilda Judith 276 


Sarah (Everit) 45 


Northrup, Aderling 287 


Rhoda Titus (Everett) 


Parrott, Elizabeth E. 334 


David 287 


80 


Parsons, Amy (Studley) 


Eliakim 339 


Timothy 276 


148 


Frances A. 286 


Otis, Elizabeth (Everett) 


Caroline Ruby 148 


Lucy C. (Marvin) 339 


102 


Enoch 148 


Norton, George 57 


William Smith 102 


Mary Underbill 180 


Jenks 58 


Owen, C. H. 220 


Ruby 149 


Sarah (Everett) 58 


Charles Cunliffe 220 


Pattison, Sarah (Everett) 


Nossaman, Susannah 238 


Hildegarde (Everett) 


83 


Nourse, Frank O. 273 


220 


William 83 


Ida E. (Everett) 273 




Paul, Susanna (Sawyer) 


Noyes, Jane Preston (Ev- 


Packard, Cyrus B. 147 


278 


erett-Mould) 176 


Harriet H. (Gibbs) 282 


Peabody, Betsey (Wil- 


William F. 176 


- Harriet Jackson 282 


kins) 265 


Nye, Asa 179 


Leander L. 282 


Charles Alden 265 


Betsey (Croxford) 232 


Rosamond 147 


Ellen Frances (Everett) 


Ervin 232 


Page, Alvah C. 71 


265 


Julia Ann Ophelia (Ev- 


Anna 96 


Esther Cummings 155 


erett) 232 


Bethiah 96, 97 


Frances (Bourne) 120 


Mercy 179 


Cynthia (Macomber) 


George Morris 265 


Vinal 232 


71 


Jeremiah Flint 265 




Enos 96 


Lucretia Orne 120 


Ober, Benjamin 113 


John 164 


Melinda (Woodward) 


Ellen Jane Dana (Ever- 


Mary (Everett) 71 


155 


ett) 113 


Miriam (Sargent) 164 


Oliver 120 


Ockington, Susanna (Ev- 


Phineas 71 


William 155 


erett) 35 


Rosalind S. 164 


Peake, Lucy A. 188 


Thomas 35 


Sarah 97 


Pease, Mila (Everett) 178 


Odaffer, D. D. 320 


Pagett, Frederica C. (Ev- 


Nelley 95 


Lucinda 320 


eritt) 246 


Samuel 95 


Nora E. 320 


Thomas A. 246 


Shubael M. 178 


Ogden, Charles 154 


Paine, Amasa 109 


Peck, Alice E. (Everett) 


Rebecca 154 


Robert Treat 218 


273 


Olin, Justin 155 


Palmer, Abbie Maria 299 


Charles 273 


Sarah (Everett-Balcom) 


John M. 221 


Penniman, Mary 60 


155 


Stephen P. 299 


Pepper, Elizabeth 21 


Oliver, Araminta D. 237 


Palmquist, Caroline L. 


Elizabeth (Johnson) 21, 


Bennett F. 237 


(Everett) 187 


30 


Charles G. 237 


Edgar Hildebert 187 


Mary 30 


Jane A. 237 


Pardee, Ann (Everitt) 78 


Robert 21, 30 


John W. 337 


Clark 78 


Percy, Earl T. 230 


Lucy Jane (Everett) 237 


Mary 78 


Fannie B. 230 


Mary E. 237 


Parker, Abigail 154 


Perkins, Ann (Potts) 223 


Robert 66 


Abigail (Fletcher) 154 


Anna (Pitkin) 222 


Sarah F. 237 


Bitha 248 


Emily Baldwin 222 


Thomas D. 237 


Joshua 154 


Enoch 222 



Index. 



381 



Perkins, Florence B. 323 

Frederick 161 

Helen Frances (Ever- 
ett) 209 

Isaiah 323 

James P. 209 

Maria Louisa (Everett) 
161 

Mary Foote (Boecher) 
222 

Maurice 223 

Rose Postlethwaite 223 

Thomas Clap 222 
Perley, Betsey 141 

Mary 166 
Perry, Elizabeth 329 

Estella C. 329 

John 329 

Rodolphus De Los 180 

Susan Amanda (Ever- 
ett) 180 
Pettee, Joanna (Everett) 
64 

Joseph 64 
Pettingell, Elizabeth J. 

Ephraim Small 323 

Susan Lavinia (Gilbert) 
323 
Peverly, Almira .lay (Ev- 
erett) 157 

Thomas 157 
Phelps, Harriot P. 246 

Lucy 240 

Paulina 159 

Plynne 240 
Phillips, Sarah B. 294 

Wendell 250 

William 25 
Phipps, Sally 194 

William 22, 69 
Phoenix, Alexander 198 

Elizabeth 198 
Pickman, Katharine S. 

218 
Pierce, Alexander Ever- 
ett 196 

Amos 293 

Ann 196 

Edward Willard 196 

Eleanor 196 

Eleanor Ware (Everett) 
196 

Ellen 196 

Gardner Carpenter 196 

Hannah M. 2a", 

Harriet Ann 196 

John Metcalf 196 

Lois 183 



Pierce, Olive (Kingsman) 

293 

Sally 87 

Willard 196 
Pierpont, John 190 
Pingree, Betsey Ml 

Elizabeth ( Kimball) 165 

Jeremiah 165 
Piper, Elihu 141 

Julia Ann (Everett) 141 
Pishon, Ruth 207 
Pitcher, Sarah 89 
Pitkin, Anna 222 
Plank, Frankie A. 24 I 

Jacob 241 
Plimpton, Hannah 168 

Jane 168 

Joseph 168 
Plummer, Betsey (Has- 
kell) 30s 

Martha Allen 308 

Micajah S. 308 
Poffer, George 20 
Polk, James K. 121 
Pond, Ann Boyd (Scott) 
211 

Catherine lit.". 

Clarissa 115 

Ephraim 107 

Francis T. 275 

Frank M. 192 

Harriet Boyd 211 

Julius 192, 193 

Lucy 275 

Lucy Ann 275 

Mary 107 

Milly Ann (Jay (Ever- 
ett) 192, lie, 

Milly Gay (Everett) 
193 

Oliver 50, 211 

Samuel 193 

Samuel E. L06 

Timothy 49 

Vina Morse (Everett) 
106 

William Harlow L93 
Pontin, Henry Nonas 295 

John Frederick 295 

Marie Juliette (Ever 
ett) 295 
Porter, Abbie 0. 291 

Edward G. L30 

Enos 207 
Post, Betsey L36 
Potter, Lydia 252 

Mary 171 
Potts, Ann 223 
Powors, Hiram 131 



Pratt, Charlotte (Ever 
ott) L93 
Elias E. 334 
Esther 57 
Joseph 271 
Lucy s. -±-\ 
Mary Norcross 27 I 
Melinda A. (Hatch) 334 
Melinda Agnes 33 I 
Mercy 169, L70 

Simeon L93 

William L93 
Prentiss (Gen.) 215 
Prescott, Lldee E. 324 

Minnie E. (Everett) 324 
Price, Caroline (Everetl > 
in:, 

Hannah 312 

Henry 105, L92 

Maria Louise I B6 

Mary Ellen Maria 192 

Sarah i Everetl i 105 
Prince, Joanna Batchel 
der 117 

Joanna (Batchelder) 
117 

Joseph l 17 
Prior, Alice Frances 
gent) 269 

John Lewis 269 
Pronty, Roxana 280 
Puffer, Abigail ( Everetl | 
17, 18, 20 

James 20 

Joseph 20 

M. II. 249 

Mary (< rehorei 20 

Mary (Swahlenl 20 

Matthias 20 

Melissa Eunice (Ever- 

itt) 249 
Rachel ( Karnsu orth) 

20 
Richard 20 
Ruth (Everett) 20 
Purkis, Harriet 278 
James E. 278 
Roberl 278 
Viola Rosette | Everett) 

273 
Pynchon, William 0, L0, 

11 

Quimby, Nancj J 

Olive 262 
Quincj , Josiah [2 1 

Rabinett, Annie 324 
George 32 1 



382 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Ralph, Stephen 72 


Rhoades, Eliphalet 192 


Richardson, Mary (Wil- 


[See Rolfe] 


Nancy 192 


son) 73 


Rand, Abigail 276 


Rhodes, Aaron W. 292 


Noah 115 


Charles Ansel 270 


Alice Lucy (Everett) 


Otis Weld 191 


Edith Everett 276 


292 


Patty (Everett) 80, 81 


Elizabeth Fisher (Ev- 


Herbert N. 292 


Stephen 73, 160 


erett) 276 


Ruth S. 292 


Susan Capen (Everett) 


James B. 276 


Rice, Ann (Hackley) 32 


104 


Randall, Elizabeth (Ev- 


Catherine Smith (Ever- 


Sylvester 115 


erett) 40 


ett) 176 


Thaddeus 232 


Samuel 40 


John 32 


Thomas 238 


Randolph, Julia 312 


Joseph 98 


Richmond, 111 


Ranlett, Charles E. 63 


Leander 159 


Elvira (Everett) 111 


Cynthia (Everett) 63 


Lydia (Stevens) 156 


Ricketson, Abednego 138 


John 63 


Mary (Eaton) 176 


George 137, 138 


Rozina 63 


Nathan 176 


Hannah (Everett) 138 


Ranney, Esther J. 226 


Philena (Everett) 159 


Huldah 137 


Frances 226 


Sarah Roys 98 


Mary (Everett) 137 


Frances Louisa (Ever- 


Seth 156 


Rachel (Everett) 138 


ett) 226 


Sophia 156 


Robie (Everett) 138 


Joel 226 


Rachel 32 


William 138 


Joel Alden 226 


Rich, Elkanah 317 


Ricords, Caroline Alfar- 


Mark J. 226 


Ellen M. 317 


etta (Everett) 268 


Milo M. 226 


Lauretta M. 317 


George 268 


Ray, Emeline A. 280 


Richards, Anjanett 160 


Riggs, Betsey (Stafford) 


George H. 280 


Calvin 160 


229 


Lillie L. (Everett) 280 


Hannah 40, 103, 105 


George 229 


Myron 280 


Hannah (Metcalf) 40 


Hattie (Stafford) 229 


Raymond, 137 


Hervey Manning 160 


Volney 229 


Raynolds, Benjamin 59 


James 40 


Rines, Amanda 262 


Hannah (Everett) 59 


Jesse 84 


Ritchie, Mary 65 


[See also Reynolds, 


Josiah 74 


Robbins, Arthur Edward 


Runnels] 


Juline (Capron) 160 


333 


Read, Charlotte (Everett) 


Lydia (Walcott) 160 


Byron Philander 333 


88 


Manning 160 


Ellen Mehitabel (Ever- 


Otis 88 


Maria S. 160 


ett) 333 


Reed, Abel W. 256, 319 


Nathan 81 


Eunice 249 


Annie 319 


Sarah 81 


Harriet (Wetmore) 333 


Clara Eliza (Hamilton) 


Susanna (Everett) 160 


Philander 333 


319 


Richardson, Abigail 211 


Walter 333 


Clara Everett 319 


Alma 232 


Roberts, Agnes 305 


Elizabeth Marsh 256 


Anjanett (Richards) 


Andrew J. 300 


Elizabeth T. 256, 319 


160 


Bird 305 


Elizabeth W. (Skinner) 


Caleb 49, 84, 85 


Charles A. 300 


253 


Catherine Elizabeth 


Irene M. (Everett) 187 


Faith Hamilton 319 


(Weld) 191 


Mary J. 300 


Hannah 204 


Edward Bridge 191 


Mary Orne (Everett) 300 


Roger Everett 319 


Edward Cyrenius 191 


Percy W. 187 


Sumner H. Everett 319 


Elizabeth E. 238 


Robie, Abigail (Colcord) 


Reid, Fannie 269 


Ellen 118 


166 


Thomas 269 


George 118 


Duroxa M. (Everett) 166 


Rexford, Sylve(Everitt)77 


I. 115 


Samuel 166 


Thomas 77 


Jemima 23S 


Stephen C. 166 


Reynolds, Adelaide 310 


John 81 


Robinson, Abigail (Ever- 


L. M. 310 


John Alexander 104 


ett) 37, 89 


Lilen 310 


Lucy (Everett) 115 


Ann 32 


Lucyette 159 


Lucy (Mirick) 152 


Anna (Vaneeuran) 171 


[See also Raynolds, 


Martha 73 


George 37 


Runnels] 


Mary (Currier) 232 


Harriet Eliza 162 



Index. 



383 



Robinson, Obed 89 

Ruth 64 
Rochambeau, Jean B. 48 
Rochester, Henry E. 201 

Louise B. 201 
Rolfe, Stephen 72 

Susannah 72 
[See Ralph] 
Roper, Lucy 152 
Rose, Hiram 281 

Sabra 281 

Sabra (Cooley) 281 
Ross, Eliza 340 

Hannah 103 

Lida 340 

Nathaniel 103 

Sarah 103 

William 340 
Rowell, Nancy Dustin :;22 
Royce, Ruth 54 
Rude, Experience (Ever- 
ett-Wright) G9 
Rue, Adaline P. (Con- 
over) 341 

Druceil 341 

Jacob Bergen 341 
Rufner, Ferdinand 260 

Sarah F. (Everett) 266 
Ruggles, Nancy 118 
Runnels, Joseph 271 

Rebecca (Chesley) 271 

Sally 271 

[See also Raynolds, 
Reynolds] 
Rupp, Eliza Jones 68 
Russell, Alice May (Ev- 
erett) 325 

Belinda (Everett) 172 

Benjamin 172 

Celestia II. (Wing) 325 

Eliza Maria (Everett) 
175 

Fred F. 325 

John 125 

Levi F. 175 

Mary 103 

Richard 220 

William 325 

William Eustis 220 
Rust, Ohloe 134 

Edward 134 

George 134 

Israel Cbester 134 

Julia 134 

Julia Miranda 134 

Laura M. 134 

Melatiah (Everett) 131 

Fhineas 134 

Phineas Bartlett 134 



Sackett, Mary 149 
Safford, Frederic M. 274 

Mary Webster (Ever- 
ett) 274 

Sarah 92 
St. Clair, Arthur 284 
St. John, Catharine A. 
(Wheeler) 243 

Catharine Henrietta 
243 

Charles Elliott 309 

Emily 241 

Everett 309 

Harold 309 

Henrietta M. (Knox) 
309 

Henry 243 

Katharine 339 

Lois (Everit) 4(i 

Lyman, 309 

Martha Elizabeth (Ev- 
erett) 309 

Mary 77 

Prescott Keyes 309 

Thomas 46, 241 

Thomas E. 309 
Salisbury, Benjamin 57 

Elizabeth 57 

Elizabeth Jane 251 

Gertrude 251 

William 251 
Salmon, Emma L. 327 

Henry II. 327 

Mary W. 327 
Saltonstall, Richard 121 
Sampson, Albert P. 308 

Mary (Clark-Everett) 
308 
Sanborn, Eunice 284 
Sanders, Joseph 73 

Lucy (Everett) 7;i 
[See Saunders] 
Sanger, Joseph l'.H 

Maria 194 

Sally (Phipps) 194 
Sargent, Aaron A. 219 

Albert Edgar 269 

Alice Francos 269 

Belle (Winter) 269 

Clarissa (Holbrook) 269 

Earle Augustus 269 

Edgar Everetl 269 

Edward French 1 85 

Edward Lee 135 

Franklin 269 

Irving Emerson 269 

Irving Winter 269 

Jennie Vylena 269 

Mahlon Everett 269 



Sargent, Martha Augusta 
269 

Mary Maria (Everett) 
135 

Miriam 164 

Moses 135 

Rhoda (Tenney) I 

Susan Elizabel h 269 

Susie Augusta (Ever- 
ett) 269 

Thomas 2»">9 
Saunders, Earriel I.. 198 

Martha KM 

Stephen 198 
| See Sanders] 
Savel, Rachel (Everet 

William :!."> 
Savell, Edward B. ■"-'.< 
Sawin, [saac 88 

Melatiah 88 

Samuel 80 

Sawyer, Adelaide L. 186 

Edward 210 

Prances Elizabeth (Ev- 
erett) 21(1 

Hannah 1 L3 

Jacob 210 

Josiah 1 13 

Keziah (Spear) 278 

Laura 210 

Lydia 113 

Paul 278 

Susanna 278 
Sax ton, Jasper 32 

Rufus 219 

Tabitha (Everetl Dud- 
ley) 32 
Scammel, Alexander L37 
Scarrit, John 99 
Schermerhorn, Abigail 
(Everett) - 

John W. 82 
Schmidt, Elizabeth 295 

Joanna (Sleezor) 295 

John Friedrich 295 
Schuyler, (ieri rude 255 
Scott, Ann Boyd 211 

(;. \v. -72 

Rosetta M. (Everett) 

272 

Scovill, Clarissa (Evei 

ett) 159 

Elizabeth 159 

Stephen i-V 
Scribner, Prudence B 

175. 176 
Seaburj . Elijah 51 

Margarol \ Everel t ) 51 
Seamans, Job 86 



884 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Seamans, Mary (Messin- 

ger-Everett) 86 
Searl, John 10 
Seaver, Hannah (Everett) 
37 

Horace 62 

James E. 62 

Joseph Warren 62 

Lyman H. 62 

Maria 62 

Marina 62 

Mary 62 

Mary (Everett) 62 

Richard 37 

William 62 
Seward, Amos 178 

Susan (Fitch-Everett- 
Whittlesey) 17S 
Sexton, Bliss 159 

Eliza (Everett) 159 
Shattuck, Abiel 231 

Achsah 252 

Eliphal 97 

Julia Ann 231 

Phebe 231 
Shaw, Caroline A. (Ever- 
ett) 268 

Horace B. 268 

Jonathan 106 

Lydia (Godfrey) 106 

Nancy 106 

Parnel 206 

Susan E. 268 

William P. 268 
Shelden, Emily J. 284 

L. G. 284 
Shepard, Abigail (Hodg- 
es) 107 

Fanny 107 

Grace (Everett) 90 

Jonathan 50, 153 

Joseph 107 

Mary (Pond) 107 

Mindwell (Woodward) 
49 

Nancy 104 

Nathaniel 49 

Oliver 134 

Thankful W. 134 

Tryphena 153 

Tryphena (Everett) 50 
Shepherd, Carrie R. 338 

Caty (Ward) 163 

John 163 

Mary 163 

Sally S. (Everett) 163 

William 8. 163 
Sherman, Abby Ann H. 
282 



Sherman, Alfred 167 

Nicholas H. 282 

Prudence C. (Everett) 
167 

Sophia A. (Tisdale) 282 
Sherry, Edmund R. 246 

Fannie C. (Everitt) 246 
Sherwood, Ann Abigail 
201 

Caroline Ruth 268 

Jane (Harris) 26S 

John 268 
Shumway, Mary (Gilbert) 

206 
Shurtleff, Lothrop 95 

Lydia W. 95 

Lydia (White) 95 
Shurtliff, Abigail (Fuller) 
82 

Drucilla 82 

John 82 
Simons, Lucina E. 325 

Mary G. 325 

Royal 325 
Simpson, Abigail (Ever- 
ett) 90 

Charles G. 323 

David 90 

James 90 

Mary Ella (Everett) 323 

Rebecca (Everett) 90 
Skiff, Abigail (Wilson) 242 

Elmira 242 

Walter 242 
Skinner, Betsey B. 253 

Elizabeth W. 253 

Martha 226 

Mary E. 179 

Simeon 253 

Susan 301 
Slack, Hannah 85 
Slade, Lydia 324 

Thompson 324, 325 
Sleeper, Amos 70 

Betsey (Clough) 70 

Nancy (Everett) 70 

Nathaniel 70 
Sleezer, Joanna 295 
Smith, Abbie Pamela (Ev- 
eritt) 248 

Abijah 92 

Anna 168 

Benjamin 161 

Catherine 143, 176 

Charles E. 162 

Charlotte M. 296 

D. L. 242 

Deborah 54 

Elizabeth 138 



Ann 



Smith, Elizabeth 
(Everett) 209 

Elizabeth (Woodcock) 
62 

Ellen (Day) 161 

Ellen (Draper) 162 

Ernest Everett 196 

Esther 272 

Eunice M. (Ives) 296 

Experience 68, 69 

Francis Lyman 185 

Frederick M. 196 

Hannah (Leonard-Ev- 
erett) 58 

Henry 10, 259 

Henry D. 296 

Hepsibeth 267 

Homer Gandolfo 196 

Irene D. 292 

Irene Dean 292 

Israel 56 

Jacob 176 

Jesse 42 

John 58, 62, 143 

Joseph 68, 69 
•Josephine Magdalina 
(Gandolfo) 196 

Justus Stevens 290 

Lois (Everett) 42 

Louden 272 

Lucy Ann 257 

Lucy (Everett) 91 

Luther 248 

Mary 56, 62, 63, 69, 214 

Mary A. 239 

Mary Caswell (Evoi-ett) 
185 

Mary (Fuller) 290 

Mary L. (Everitt-Greg- 
ory) 242 

Oliver 91 

Rebecca 239 

Rhoda 68 

Sabrina 272 

Sarah Jane 290 

Sidney W. 214 

Susan Ann 259 

Thomas 239 

Thomas L. 209 

Warren 292 

Wealthy (Foster) 259 
Snoll, Catherine B. 141 
Snow, Anna 193 

Mary 193 

Timothy 193 
Snowden, Amy 166 
Soper, Abigail 96 

Delia 231 
Soule, Laura M. 225 



Index. 






Spalding, Betsey (Heald) 
88 

Merari 88 

Rowena 88 
Spaulding, Dennis A. 321 

Harriet E. 265 

Isaiah 265 

Martha (Byam) 265 

Myrtie 321 
Spare, Elijah 105 

Elizabeth Hurd (Ever- 
ett) 105 

Sally (Clapp) 105 
Spear, Keziah 278 
Spees, Clara 227 

Elsie 226 
Spencer, E. 259 

Sarah A. 259 
Sperry, Regina 164 
Sprague, David 111 

Elizabeth (Everit) 46 

John 46, 48 

Mary (Everett) 48 

Rachel 111 

Sarah 41, 169 

Simeon 46 
Stackpole, Apphia (Swa- 
sey) 317 

Henry Ricker 317 

Winifred Emma 317 
Stafford, Albert 229 

Betsey 229 

Eliza 229 

Erastus 229 

George 229 

Hattie 229 

Hattie (Bushnell) 229 

John 71 

Lydia (Green) 229 

Mary Ann 229 

M. G. Washington 229 

Orville 229 

Phebe (Everett) 229 

Polly (Everett) 71 

Priscilla (Williams) 229 

Thomas 229 
Stanley, Abner 48 

Hannah (Butler) 95 

Laura M. (Walden) 136 

Martha Jones 274 

Miriam 42 

Patience (Carpenter) 48 

Samuel 95 

Waity 160 
Stannard, Elnora 299 

Herman 299 

Syrone 299 
Stansbury, Catherine 216 
Stark, John 83 



Starkoy, Andrew 80 

Mercy 80 

S. 80 
Staton, Roxalina Caroline 
(Everett) 238 

S. C. 238 
Stearns, Hannah E. (Bak- 
er) 162 

Isaac 273 

Lizzie C. 162 

Mary Johnson 272, 273 

Samuel 29 

Simeon 162 
Stebbins, Ann Maria (Ev- 
erett) 257 

Betsey S. (Everett) 208 

Charles E. 257 

Cordelia V. 208 

Daniel Andrew 208 

James Franklin 208 

John Wesley 208 

Johnson G. 208 

Lettio (McRady) 208 

Lovina M. 208 

Marriott 208 

Mary (Farman) 208 

Phoebe E. 208 

Rosina Margaret 208 

Rowland 12 

Susan (Monk) 208 

Thomas 11 
Steele, Elizabeth 45 

Henry 26S 

John 45 

Mary (Newell) 45 

Sarah 268 

Sarah Jane 268 
Steere, Russell 273 

Sarah 273 

Sarah A. 273 
Stern, Lillian Dwight 
(Ketchum) 198 

Randall Hoyt 198 
Sterns, Nathaniel 18, 1'.' 
Stetson, Abigail (Everet 1 1 
64 

Everett 64 

Joshua 64 
Steuben, Frederick 48 
Stevens. Bartholomew 
1 i:; 

Darius 203 

Ebenezer 1 1 

Hannah E. (Everett) 203 

.lames 339 

Jeremiah 1 13 

Joanna 1 1 

John 75 

Katharine (Man in) 339 



Stevens, I.vdia 156 
Mary (Dutton) 1 13 
Mary (Everett) 143 
Sophronia 203 
Sarah (Sprague) 11 
William II. 203 
Stewart, Helen mi 
Stickney, Albert 220 
Stockbridge, < lias Henry 
Everett 189 
Elizabeth 189 
John Oliver 189 
Joseph 189 

Julia Elizabeth (Ever- 
ett) 189 
William L89 
Stone, Adeline Safford 
(Everett) 175 
I '.en jam in 137 
Carrie A. (Kendrick) 

315 
Catherine 146 
Elizabeth II. 141 
Eliza Maria (Everett- 
Russell) IT-'. 
Josiah 146 
Leander 175 
Mindwoll 49 
Sally 247 
Sarah C. 146 
Stoughton, Wm. 23, 24, 

25. 26, 21 
Stover, Hannah \0'2 
Thankful L02 
Wanton 102 

Stowe, 110 

Betsey (Everett) 110 
Streetor, Achsa < I. eon 
ard) 2()7 
Frances 201 
Strong, Jacob 93 
John 93 
M indwell 93 
Mindwell (Lyman) 93 
Phebe L45 
Stephen Hine 77 
Thursa .'. ( Everett i 77 

Stuart, Gilbert 131 

Stubbs, Sophia A. 328 
Studley, Amy 1 18 

Lydia 1 17 " 

Mary Anna 1 17 
Sturr, Abram Whitten 
330 

Mary I. my | Kverei i 
Sullivan, .lames 2 16 

John 99 

Mar\ (Everitt) 
Sumner, Alfred II. 101 



386 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Sumner, Anne Foster(Ev- 
erett)104 

Daniel 82 

Elizabeth Warren (Ev- 
erett) 82 

Joel 82 

Lydia (Fairbanks) 82 

Martha (Saunders) 104 

Mary 64 

Samuel 104 
Swalden, Mary 20 
Swan, Amelia 160 

Angeline 160 

Fanny (Everett) 160 

Horace 160 

Jesse 160 

Mandana 160 
Swasey, Apphia 317 
Sweet, Caroline S. 317 

Delia Emma 317 

Edward 256 

Harriet Crum 256 

Joseph 32. 33 

Rachel (Everett) 32, 33 

Sylvia (Crum) 256 

Thomas J. 317 
Sweetzer, Rebecca 50 
Swift, Betsey (Marvin) 
339 

Catherine Wells 181 

Charles Everitt 181 

Charles John 181 

Charles Rufus 149 

Damaris 147 

Harriot Cowles 180 

Helen Abigail 180 

Henry 149 

Henry Augustus 180 

Jabez 339 

Louisa Minerva 181 

Maria A. (Bonney) 241 

Mary Amelia 180 

Mary Amelia (Swift) 
180 

Mary Ely (Everitt) 149 

Mary (Sackett) 149 

Mary Underbill (Par- 
sons) 180 

Materna (Lathrop) 180 

Nelley Minerva (Ever- 
itt) 180 

Solomon Everest 180 

Theodore 241 

Zephaniah 180, 181 
Sylvester, Eliza Ami 233 

Quincy 233 

Sally 233 

Sylvia L. (Everitt) 181 

William 181 



Taft, Elizabeth P. 165 

Francis 165 

Susan J. 165 
Talbot, Peter 68 
Tanner, Harriet 243 
Tates, Elizabeth (Tufts) 
340 

John B. 340 

Rebecca F. 340 
Tatterson, Caroline A. 

316 
Taylor, Ann Eliza (Ever- 
ett) 230 

Bayard 219 

Charlotte M. 303 

Frances Ellen (Everitt) 
146 

John 26 

Nathan 146 

Nathaniel 75 

Thomas 230 

Urania 75 
Teague, Elizabeth II. 
(Stone- Everett) 141 
Tears, Angeline 240 

Catherine Amanda 239 

David 239 

David Emmett 240 

Eleanor 239 

Eva Caroline 240 

Eveline (Everett) 239 

Everett 240 

Frank 240 

Hannah E. 240 

Henry Nye 240 

Hugh Thompson 239 

John 240 

Mary Ann 239 

Sarah Jane 240 

Susan Alida 240 

William Thompson 240 
Tobbets, Priscilla E. 215 
Teller, Margaret 285 
Tenner, Irene (Everett) 
259 

Romain C. 259 
Tenney, Anna 272 

Cornelia W. (Everett) 
272 

Elizabeth 59 

John 272 

Lemuel D. 272 

Rhoda 135 

Tryphena 272 
Terry, Christian (Knapp) 
151 

Huldah Mabel (Everitt) 
151 

John Stewart 151 



Terry, Oliver H. P. 151 
Thayer, Abel S. 169 

Augustus 169 

Charles E. 169 

Dolly 73 

Dorothy (Hunt) 73 

Ebenezer 74 

Elijah 169 

Francis E. 169 

Harvey 88, 169 

Hillman 203 

Hiram 169 

Huldah (Towne) 169 

Leonard Everett 169 

Marcelia F. 169 

Martha (Hanaford) 169 

Mary 203 

Nelson A. 169 

Noah 73 

Phebe 58 

Sally (Everett) 88, 169 

Sarah (Sprague) 169 

Susan A. (Moffitt) 169 

Susan L. 169 

Susan M. (Wakefiold) 
169 
Thew, Betsey 139 

Garret 139 
Thomas, Amos 75 

Drusilla (Everett) 82 

William 82 
Thompson, Asa 321 

Bethiah 53 

Elijah 195 

Ezekiel 267 

Flora 321 

Frances Maria 267 

Harriet 146 

Hattie 324 

nenry 324 

Joseph 146 

Keziah 195 

Keziah (Tucker) 195 

Mary A. 146 

Mary Harmony (Leon- 
ard) 207 

Paulina (Applin) 267 

William 207 
Thorp, Elizabeth (White) 
43 

Mary 43 

Samuel 43 
Thorpe, Bethia (Everett) 
29 

Hannah 18 

James 18 

Feter 28, 29 

Rachel 28 
Throop, Octavia 131 



Index. 



387 



Thurston, Hannah (Wil- 
son) 178 

Johnson 178 

Julia (Everett) 178 

Peter 178 
Tichnor, Abby C. (Ever- 
itt) 147 

John I. 147 
Ticknor, George 122 
Tifft, 160 

Mandana (Swan) 100 
Tingloy, Amy 161 

Louisa 161 

Samuel 161 
Tinsley, Ellen 274 
Tisdale, Ebenezer 59 

Elizabeth (Everett) 59 

Sophia A. 282 
Titus, Lucy 85 

Molly 79, 80 
Toll, Daniel D. 313 

Ruth (Hill) 313 

Susan Alida 313 
Tolman, Elizabeth (Evor- 
ett-Tisdale) 59 

Fanny 228 

Johnson 81 

Mary (Everett) 81 

Samuel 59 

Sarah 81 

Thomas 81 
Topliff, Lewis 158 

Susan (Everett-Lewis) 
158 
Torrey, Mary 81 
Tower, Alden 204 

Amanda 204 

Elizabeth 93 

Eugene Alden 204 

Gideon 93 

Hannah (Rood) 204 

Laura (Everett) 203 

Nathaniel 204 

Sarah Amelia 204 
Towne, Huldah 169 
Train, Laura A. 294 
Trotter, Frederick E. 341 

Harriet E. 341 

Harriet E. (Barling) 341 
Truman, Caroline (Waite) 
341 

Ella W. D. 341 

Samuel J. W. 341 
Tucker, Keziah 195 
Tufts, Elizabeth 340 

Ellen C. 328 

Ellen H. 328 

Sarah B. 291 

Walter 328 



Turnbull, Jane 188 
Turner, Ann 188 

Calista 73, 235 

James 1SS 

Lucy (Everett) 73, 235 

Mary A. 188 

Reuben 73, 235 
Tuttle, Florence Evelyn 
(Everett) 192 

Rebocca 98 

Samuel Hanscom 192 
Twitchell, Mary 234 
Twombly, Alexander M. 

142 
Tybout, Elizabeth C. 302 

Emily R. 302 

George L. 302 
Tyler, William Royall 221 

Underbill, Ruth L. 175 
Upham, Ruth 140 
Usher, John 22, 23 

Vancouran, Abraham 171 

Anna 171 

Jerusha 171 
Van Dyne, Edward 247 

Edward E. 247 

Edward Earl 247 

Edward Everett 247 

Elizabeth 247 

Frederick E. 247 

Henry 247 

Henry B. 247 

Laurinda 247 

Laurinda Ann (Everitt) 
247 

Louise (Wilson) 247 

Mabel 247 

Phoebe (Edwards) 247 
Ver Plank, Virginia Dar- 
by (Everitt) 248 

William Edward 248 
Vickory, Abigail W. 335 

John 335 

Luna E. 335 
Vida, Carmen Rodriguy 

212 
Viets, Lois 177 
Vincent, Ann 1 19 

Benjamin 116, 119 

Hannah 1 16 

Relief lie, nit 
Voter, Betsey (Mitchell) 
340 

Leonard 340 

Waddell, Ada (Everett) 

201 



Waddell, .1. A. I.. 201 
Wade, Emma .1. 318 

Irene 318 
William 31S 
Wadham, Lucretia Col- 
lins 150 
Wadsworth, Lucy Mae 
320 
Sandy 320 
Wait, Sidney s. 181 

WelthaA. (Everitt) 181 
Waite, ( laroline 341 
Wakefield, Susan M. 169 
Walcott, Emma K. 162 
Lydia Kill 
Susanna 8 1 
| See Woleottj 
Walden, Laura M. 136 
Mercy 136 
Nathan 136 
Wales, Caroline Augusta 
-6s 
Eunice 119 
Jacob 268 
Sylvia A. 268 
Walker, Charles II. 180 
Harriet L. (Saunders) 

198 
Isaac C. 19S 
Laura 180 

Louisa (Everett) 152 
Marion 1). (Dwight) ins 
Mary Jane (Everett) 180 
Miriam 19S 
Nathaniel 180 
Silas 152 
Timothy 84, 85 
William Isaac 198 
Walling, Elizabeth 281 
Wallis, Levi 262 
Mary Ann 262 
Olive (Quimby) 262 
Walter, Mercy 3 

Stephen ;;:;;» 
Walton. Shadrack :;T 
Ward, Anna (Tenne\ ) _'7J 

Caty 163 
Eva B. 237 

Harriet A. 272 
Louise 187 
Joseph <.. 272 

Sarah IT'.' 
Ware, Eben 278 

Hannah (Plimpton) !<■- 

Jonal iian 60 

Kr.'.ia .">7. 1 II 

Leonard L08 
Lucinda R. 278 
Melatiah (Metcalf) 60 



388 



Descendants of Richard Everett. 



Ware, Nathaniel 57 


Weld, Hannah Elizabeth 


Whitehead, Gusfcie 314 


Philander 168 


(Everett) 191 


Samuel 314 


Priscilla (Grant) 57 


Hannah (Williams) 105, 


Whiting, Anna Maria 


Warner, Dency 280 


190, 191 


(Everitt) 313 


Erastus 159 


John Davis 191, 192 


Charles Everett 313 


Harriet (Everett) 159 


Moses Williams 105 


Edmund 272 


Warren, Caroline Eliza- 


Otis Everett 191 


John 60, 100 


beth (Everett) 185 


Wellington, Anne 233 


Josiah H. 313 


Elizabeth 82 


Wentworth, Mary N. 277 


Lois (Fairbanks) 100 


John 307 


Wescott, Edward G. 340 


Louise Everett 313 


Joseph Huckins 185 


Lilian C. 340 


Lucy 74 


Mary 185 


West, Hannah 44 


Margaret D. 272 


Mary A. 258 


Westcott, Abigail (Ever- 


Melatiah (Metcalf- 


Mary E. 307 


ett) 101 


Ware-Everott) 60 


Oliver 185 


James 101 


Nathaniel 74 


Washburn, Amelia (Swan) 


Stephen 101 


Nancy 100 


160 


Tryphena (Everett) 101 


Whitmore, Hattie 321 


Asel 180 


Westerlield, Florence 


John 321 


E. Van 296 


(Ketchum) 198 


Sarah 321 


Leander 296 


William Rogers ins 


Whitney, Abbie Sophia 


Washington, George 66, 


Westlake, Charles 208 


(Everett) 267 


79, 87 


Lovina M. (Stebbins) 


Abigail Maria (Everett) 


Watson, Harriet 113 


208 


304 


Watts, Cynthia (Everett- 


Wetherbee, Elizabeth 


Annie (Davenport) 162 


Ranlett) 63 


(Everett) 44 


Catherine (Conrow) 304 


John 63 


James 44 


David 248 


Joseph 63 


Mary Caroline (Everitt) 


Deborah (Smith) 54 


Weaver, Jennie (Everett) 


240 


Edwin 162 


230 


Thomas 44 


Elizabeth (Barron) 248 


Victor M. 230 


William B. 240 


Enos 54 


Webb, Chas. 99 


Wetmore, Hai-riet 333 


Eunice (Avered) 54 


Webber, Capitola Jemi- 


Wheaton, George 106 


Hepsibeth (Smith) 267 


ma (Everett) 239 


Lydia (Godfrey-Shaw) 


John 54 


Charles Franklin 1S4 


106 


John K. 304 


Cushing 184 


Wheeler, Catharine Au- 


Lemuel G. 304 


Ellen Louise (Everett) 


gusta 243 


Lois (Buttles) 328 


184 


Josiah 232 


Lurena 328 


Gertrude Isadore 184 


Lucy 195 


Mary 248 


Henry Cushing 184 


Maria P. 232 


Samuel Piatt 328 


Porter B. 233 


Richard 13 


Thomas S. 267 


Sarah Sophia (Everett) 


Wheelock, Eloazer 13 


Zachariah 267 


233 


Ephraim 57 


Whittier, John 340 


Walter Irving 184 


John 13 


Lydia (Mitchell) 340 


William 239 


Ralph 12 


Whittlesey, Asaph 178 


Webster, Daniel 67, 122 


Wheelwright, Samuel 27 


Susan (Fitch-Everett) 


Ezekiel 122 


Whitcomb, Hannah (Ev- 


178 


Weeks, John Wingate 157 


erett) 71 


Wickham, Adeline 331 


Persis de la Fayette 


John 87 


George S. 331 


(Everett) 157 


Robert 71 


Wier, Maria 136 


Weld, Abigail Ann (Brad- 


White, Andrew D. 219 


Wiggin, Abigail D. 279 


lee) 289 


Angie G. 322 


Wight, Aaron W. 211 


Betsey Williams 190 


Ann W. 322 


Abigail Lovell 211 


Catherine Elizabeth 191 


Elizabeth 43, 209 


Abigail (Richardson) 


Daniel 105, 190, 191 


Lydia 95, 197 


211 


Edward Franklin 289 


Martha 200 


Joseph 42 


Elizabeth Davis Will- 


Sarah (Everett) 89 


Judith (Everett) 42 


iams 288 


William 197 


Miriam (Stanley) 42 


Eliza Gore (Everett) 


William P. 322 


Wilcox, Anna 326 


105, 339 


Zebulon 89 


Ellen S. 326 



Index. 



389 



Wilcox, William 326 
Wilder, Jonas 1 5< j 

Porsis 150 
Wilkins, Betsey 205 

Henry K. 272 

Lucy A. (Everett) 272 

Mary J. 272 

Rufus 272 
Willard, Daniel Wheelock 
180 

Helen Abigail (Swift) 
180 
Williams, Dudley 183 

Ellen Louise 183 

Hannah 105, 190, 191 

George Everett 183 

Henry Dudley 183 

Hetty Brown 183 

Isabel (Everett) 183 

John 49 

John Davis 191 

Mary (Everett) 49 

Mary Isabel 183 

Moses 191 

Priscilla 229 

Rowena 153 

Stephen Joseph 183 
Williamson, Adolaide 323 

Caleb 323 

Sarah (Wood) 323 
Williston, David n. 130 
Wilmath, Abigail 299 
Wilson, Abigail 242 

Almira (Everett) 172 

Amos 94 

Hannah 178 

Louise 247 

Mary 73 

William 172 
Winch, Mary 12 
Wing, Angeline 330 



Wing, Cclestia II. 325 

J. W. 330 

Susan T. 330 
Winn, Harriott (Everett) 

112 
Winship, Mary 338 
Winslow, Ann C. (Cor- 
bett) 186 

Deborah Ann 180 

Eleazer R 180 
Winter, Belle 269 

Clara 297 

John 297 
Wise, Catherine (Stans- 
bury) 216 

Charlotte Brooks (Ev- 
erett) 216 

Charlotte Everett 217 

Edward Everett 217 

Ceorge D. 216 

Henrietta 217 

Henry Augustus 216 

Katherine 217 

Marion Everett 217 

Marion (McAllister) 217 
Wolcott, Elihu 197 

Hannah McClure 197 
[See Walcott] 
Wood, Asa W. 252 

Elias A. 252 

Emma 252 

Henrietta Edith 162 

Mary E. (Everett) 252 

Ruth 152 

Sarah 323 
Woodbury, Ida E. 292 

Zillah 165 
Woodcock, Elizabeth 62 

John 11 
Woodman, Caroline Ma- 
tilda (Everitt) 145 



Woodman, Israel B. 1 1"» 

.John l'7 

W Iruff, .lane (Everitt- 

Frisbie) l 15 

Susannah 148 
Woodward, A.bel i I- 

David Woodruff 150 

Ebene/.cr 49 

Eliza (Knibloe) 150 

Maria 210 

Mary Lucy (Everitt) 150 

Melinda 155 

Mindwell 49 

Mindwell (Stone) ID 

Nancy Minerva 1 18 

Nathan 240 

Phebe 172 

Ralph Knibloe 150 

Susannah (Woodrufl) 
148 
Worden, Emily ill 
Worrel, Angeletta M. (Ev- 
erett) 330 

Joseph 330 
Wright, Experience (Ev- 
erett) 69 

Jared 00 

Nancy (KnggU's) lis 

Nancy Williams 1 Is 

Obadiah 1 18 
Wyatt, Lydia 268 

Nancy P. 268 

Nora 2til 

Robert 268 
Wyinan. Elizabeth '1'. 216 

Isaac 210 

Youngs, Betsey Ami 243, 
244 



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